Flydubai to resume flights to 24 destinations with Covid-19 safety measures, opens booking

Customers can enquire and book tickets online for flights starting from July 7

  
flydubai and Royal Air Maroc Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are seen parked in an aerial photo. July 1, 2019. Image used for illustrative purpose.

flydubai and Royal Air Maroc Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are seen parked in an aerial photo. July 1, 2019. Image used for illustrative purpose.

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Dubai-based airline flydubai has announced flights to 24 destinations, initially, after resuming commercial operations from July 7. The airline expects to increase it to 66 destinations during the summer.

Destinations and flight frequencies will continue to be added to the schedule over the summer, a statement issued on Wednesday said.

Hamad Obaidalla, Chief Commercial Officer of flydubai, said: "Flights are available for booking from today and will operate from July 7. We are initially planning to operate to 24 destinations and we will continuously add destinations and flight frequencies to the network and we expect this to increase to 66 destinations over the course of the summer. This, of course, will be dependent on countries being able to open up and accept international travel.

"Following the recent announcement, we welcome a return to service in a safe and measured way. We have redesigned our passenger journey that is built upon existing high standards to minimise the risk of transmission of Covid-19 set out by the authorities."

Flydubai will be announcing more details of what passengers can expect and what information they need to know.

Passengers are required to make sure that they are up to date with the regulations from the Iata Travel Centre.

The airline will operate to the following 24 following destinations, subject to government approvals:

Addis Ababa, Alexandria, Almaty, Amman, Baku, Beirut, Belgrade, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Isfahan, Juba, Kabul, Khartoum, Kiev, Krakow, Lar, Nur-Sultan, Prague, Sarajevo, Shiraz, Sofia, Tbilisi, Tehran, Yerevan.

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