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Pay a visit to the enlightened city when you book flights from Karachi to Madinah. We have more than 40 flights departing every week, cruising through Dubai International Airport for a short transfer, with both Economy and Business Class fares available to give you a wide choice and the ability to find the perfect fare for you. Find a time that suits your schedule and soak up the atmosphere in this holy destination with flydubai.
Unwind in our bright Economy Class cabin and upgrade to an extra legroom seat if you’d like more space to stretch out. Make yourself at home, flicking through our in-flight entertainment library and choosing something to watch on your personal HD touchscreen. Comedy, romance or action – you’ll find something to meet every taste. After the flight takes off, you’ll be able to pick up light bites from our snack trolley to enjoy while you’re tuning in. Alternatively, browse our inflight brochure and find amazing duty free deals on cosmetics, technology, gifts and more.
Make it a trip to remember and upgrade to a seat in our Business Class cabin. Our dedicated team will welcome 12 exclusive guests into this premium area, ensuring you travel in complete comfort. Stretch out in your soft Italian-leather seat complete with extra legroom, tune into a personal cinema experience on your larger HD touchscreen and dine at your leisure with food and refreshments served to your seat on demand. We also have complimentary WiFi so you can surf the web as you soar high above the clouds. Book into Business Class and you’ll step off the plane in Madinah feeling totally refreshed.
Karachi to Madinah
- We have around six flights a day heading from Karachi to Madinah via Dubai
- You’ll fly west across the Arabian Sea, landing in Dubai for a short transfer. Then you’ll fly over central Saudi Arabia, landing in Medina
- The first flight will take 2 hours and 25 minutes, and the second leg will take 3 hours. The total time of your journey will depend on the time and date you select
On the day of your flight, make your way to Jinnah International Airport (KHI). Named after the founder of Pakistan, this airport is the largest in the nation and sits approximately 45 minutes from Karachi. You can reach the airport by booking a taxi, or if you prefer to drive, there are ample car parks available at the airport.
When you arrive at the airport, head to the flydubai check-in desk and our friendly staff will be there to assist you. Here, we will check your travel documents, print off your boarding pass and check-in any baggage. You can then make your way through security and browse the restaurants, cafes and gift shops on offer while you wait for your gate to be announced.
Following the first leg of your flight over the Arabian Sea, you’ll touch down in Dubai International Airport (DXB) for a stopover. This can be as short as one hour, depending on the time and date of your departure. If you’re flying in Business Class, you can spend this time relaxing in the comfort of our exclusive flydubai Business Class Lounge. Spread across two floors, this peaceful area has leather armchairs, bistro cuisine and complimentary WiFi for you to enjoy. There are also a number of cafes and shops in the main area of Terminal 2, for the use of all our passengers.
After the second leg of your flight, which will take approximately 3 hours, you’ll land in Madinah at Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport (MED). From here, the city centre is just 15 km away, which usually takes around 20 minutes. You can jump into a taxi – just make sure to check the price before you travel – or hire a car before you fly.
Deemed the enlightened city, Madinah is a Middle Eastern destination steeped in religious significance. In the sacred city centre, the splendid Al-Masjid an-Nabawi (translated as The Prophet’s Mosque) gleams with polished courtyards, towering minarets and iconic green domes. The vibrant lanes of the Old Bazaar are close by, hosting stalls piled high with everything from fashion items to electronics. Non-Muslims are not allowed to enter these central zones, but there are activities for all to enjoy on the outskirts – including hiking up Mount Uhud and enjoying seemingly endless views that stretch for miles over the sandy Arabian lands.