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Enjoy a waterside break, overlooking the Caspian Sea, when you book flights from Muscat to Baku with flydubai. We have around four flights departing every day to the capital city of Azerbaijan, passing through Dubai International Airport for a short transfer, so you’re sure to find a time that suits your schedule.
Our bright, modern cabins are ergonomically-designed to make sure you travel in total comfort. Our Economy Class seats are contoured and cushioned to help you relax, and each one is fitted with an HD touchscreen. Browse more than 2,000 hours of movies and TV box sets to find the perfect entertainment for your flight. You can also connect your phone or tablet to our award-winning in-flight WiFi to catch up on social media and reply to your emails.
Throughout your flight, the flydubai crew will pass through the cabin with a fully-stocked snack trolley. Flick through your copy of the in-flight menu to see what takes your fancy.
For a truly memorable start to your Baku break, upgrade to a Business Class ticket. Reserved exclusively for just 12 guests, you’ll unwind in the quiet of our luxury cabin, where our crew will be on hand to help with anything you need. Watch a movie on your larger HD touchscreen or recline and rest your eyes, sinking into the soft Italian leather of your Business Class seat. When you’d like something to drink, our attentive team will serve snacks and refreshments with a smile.
If you’re travelling on business, this peaceful cabin is the perfect place to get productive. Connect your laptop to our inflight WiFi and use your fold-down desk as an airborne study. Catch up on emails, research important documents or even perfect your sales pitch as we fly towards the city of Baku.
Muscat to Baku
- We have around 28 flights departing for Baku every week
- You’ll fly over the border into Dubai, for a short transfer onto the second leg of your flight. Then you’ll head north over the Arabian Gulf, landing in Baku on the edge of the Caspian Sea
- The approximate time of your journey will vary depending on the time and date of your flight
The first leg of your journey will depart from Muscat International Airport (MCT) in Oman. This ultra-modern airport is approximately 15 minutes along the coast from downtown Muscat. Private transfer or taxis are the easiest way to get there. If you’d prefer to drive to the airport, there are also more than 1,000 spaces available for use in the airport’s long and short-stay carparks.
Make your way to the flydubai check-in desks in the main terminal building. Our friendly crew will check your travel documents, give you your boarding pass and check in any hold baggage. Then, you can make your way through the security area and explore the departure lounge.
While you wait for your boarding gate to be announced, you can browse cosmetics, technology and more in the duty free shops. Then grab a table at one of the cafes, and enjoy some refreshments before you fly. If you’re travelling with children, there is a colourful play area which always proves popular. At MCT, there’s free WiFi throughout the airport, so you can connect your devices at any time to watch a movie or update your friends and family on your travels.
After one hour in the air, you’ll land at Dubai International Airport (DXB) and catch your second flight. Your transfer could be as short as one hour, giving you just enough time to browse the shops and facilities in this award-winning airport.
Taking to the skies for the second and final time, you’ll fly north over Iran to the city of Baku. Once you’ve passed through immigration, there are numerous ways you can head into the centre. Hail a taxi from the stand outside the arrivals hall, catch the number 16 bus or hire a car with flydubai and explore the city at your own pace.
The curious contrast of medieval and modern is part of the unique fascination of Baku. At the heart of the capital, the Old City is a 12th-century maze of ornate buildings, defensive walls and decorative arches. Look over the sandy-coloured roofs however, and you’ll see state-of-the-art LED skyscrapers spearing the skyline. Aside from architectural quirks, there are plenty of other attractions to fill your time. Come face-to-face with the local wildlife at Baku Zoo, admire the wonder of nature at the bubbling Mud Volcanoes and enjoy a waterfront stroll in Milli Park - equally romantic during both day and night.