flydubai expands its network to 113 destinations in 53 countries

Commenting on the expansion of the airline’s network, Ghaith Al Ghaith, Managing Director of flydubai, said: “I am very proud to see our network growing bigger than ever. Dubai’s aviation industry has recovered quickly, and our agility combined with our strong business model has enabled us to grow our operations and achieve this important milestone. With 113 destinations now available for booking, we look forward to offering our passengers more travel options across our ever-expanding network.

Milan is Italy’s second largest city and one of Europe’s greatest shopping and tourist destinations, while Cagliari is the capital of Sardinia and is well known for its many historical monuments and beautiful beaches. The Greek island of Corfu has become popular for its stunning landscapes, rich multicultural heritage, crystal clear seas and cosmopolitan old town.

Commenting on the launch of flights to these destinations, Jeyhun Efendi, Senior Vice President, Business Operations and e-Commerce at flydubai, said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of year-round flights to Milan in Italy and flights summer seasonal workers to Corfu in Greece and Cagliari in Italy. We are happy to see our network in Europe growing and serving five destinations in Italy. Over the years, we have continued to see growing demand to and from the region and look forward to providing our passengers with exceptional travel experiences.

Krabi and Pattaya in Thailand are popular vacation destinations for beach lovers and adventurers. Krabi offers beautiful beaches, striking limestone cliffs and dense mangrove forests while Pattaya stands out for its resorts and hotels that overlook Pattaya Bay and its lively atmosphere.

Sudhir Sreedharan, Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations (UAE, GCC, Subcontinent and Africa) at flydubai, added, “We are delighted to offer our passengers more travel options with our new flights to Krabi and Pattaya. Thailand has always been a popular choice, especially with passengers from the GCC, CIS and Europe. The addition of these two destinations reaffirms our commitment to serving underserved destinations and we look forward to welcoming our passengers on board.

Additionally, the airline will resume flights to Hofuf in Saudi Arabia from November 24 with twice-weekly service.

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