Flydubai Offering Special Fares to Exotic Destinations This Month


Dubai-based airline Flydubai is offering special fares to a number of popular holiday destinations including Dubai, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Zanzibar. Holidaymakers can book at the low fares until September 25 for travel until December 10.

Jeyhun Efendi, Flydubai's senior VP, commercial operations and e-commerce, said, "Flydubai is committed to further developing connectivity through the Dubai hub and we are delighted to offer our European passengers the opportunity to experience these attractive destinations, including Dubai, which has grown from a seasonal offering to a sought-after year-round destination. We look forward to welcoming more European travelers on board, in both business and economy class, to popular leisure destinations such as the Maldives, Thailand, and Zanzibar."

Traveling from Budapest, the airline offers holidaymakers a chance to relax on the beaches of the Maldives, enjoy the natural beauty of Sri Lanka, feel the tropical ambiance of Krabi and Pattaya in Thailand, or experience something new in Zanzibar, where a unique culture meets pristine beaches.

Flydubai has established an ever-expanding network of over 115 destinations in 53 countries across Africa, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Central and South-Eastern Europe, the Gulf States, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. Based in Dubai, the airline operates a fleet of 79 Boeing 737 aircraft.


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