From 28 October 2018, all flydubai flights to and from Kiev will operate to/from Boryspil International Airport (KBP), Terminal D. The departure and arrival times for Kiev flights remain unchanged.
flydubai flights between Ufa in Russia and Dubai will not operate from 24 November 2018 due to commercial reasons. Passengers who have purchased tickets for travel between Ufa and Dubai after 24 November are advised to contact their Travel Agent, our Call Center in Russia on (8 800) 555 2833 or our Contact Centre in Dubai on (00971) 600 54 44 45 to rebook to or from another flydubai destination in Russia or arrange a full refund. We apologise for the inconvenience caused to our passengers’ travel plans.
flydubai expresses its deepest sympathies to those affected by the devastating floods in the southern Indian state of Kerala.
Cochin International Airport has announced it will reopen on 29 August at 14:00 local time. flydubai flights to Cochin will resume with FZ441 departing Dubai International (DXB) at 20:00 on 29 August. The first flydubai flight to Dubai following the reopening will be FZ442 departing Kochi (COK) at 02:50 on 30 August.
If you have a connecting flight to Australia, the US or New Zealand, please note that enhanced security screening measures for hand baggage are in place. Please see the travel guidance here for more information: https://bit.ly/2KHiykZ
Sylhet, Bangladesh: flydubai flights to Sylhet (ZYL) from 07 September have been cancelled.
Mattala, Sri Lanka: flydubai flights to Mattala (HRI) from 08 June have been cancelled. Passengers who have purchased tickets between Dubai and Mattala are being rebooked on our flights to Colombo (CMB).
Kutaisi, Georgia: flydubai flights to Kutaisi (KUT) from 14 June have been cancelled. Passengers who have purchased tickets between Dubai and Kutaisi are being rebooked on our flights to Tbilisi (TBS).
Aqaba, Jordan: flydubai flights to Aqaba (AQJ) from 16 June have been cancelled. Passengers who have purchased tickets between Dubai and Aqaba can rebook to travel from Amman.
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania: For the winter schedule from 26 October 2018, flydubai flights to Kilimanjaro (JRO) will only operate to Dar es Salaam (DAR) and Zanzibar (ZNZ).
Passengers who wish to rebook or receive a refund are advised to contact their Travel Agent or our Customer Centre in Dubai on (00971) 600 54 44 45. We apologise for the inconvenience caused to our passengers’ travel plans.
flydubai has resumed flights to Erbil in Iraq from 19 March 2018. Flight FZ203 is operating daily from 25 March 2018.
flydubai will resume flights to Sulaimaniyah in Iraq from 10 May 2018. Flights FZ205/206 will operate on Thursdays and Sundays.
For more information on the flight timings and fares, please check the website or contact our Customer Centre on (+971) 600 54 44 45.
flydubai flights from Dubai to Jouf, Hofuf, Yanbu will not operate after 03 April 2018.
If you have booked to travel to or from these destinations after this date the following options are available to you:
You can choose to travel to another flydubai destination in Saudi Arabia closest to your current travel dates subject to availability. If you wish to choose this option please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line - flydubai rebook.
If you have booked your flights on flydubai.com and you do not wish to travel you can request a full refund to the original form of payment or flydubai voucher for your unutilised flights by emailing email@example.com. If you wish to choose this option please email us with the subject line - refund.
A refund to the original form of payment will take between 5 to 7 weeks to be processed and a refund to flydubai voucher will take between 1 to 2 weeks. If you made your booking through a travel agent, please get in touch with them directly regarding your refund.
Please note that from 20 March 2018 all flydubai flights to and from Muscat will operate from the new terminal at Muscat International Airport (MCT).
Smart bags have integrated lithium batteries that allow charging external devices, GPS tracking, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, self-weighing, and digital locking.
You can carry a smart bag as both checked and hand baggage, provided you meet the requirements.
Effective 15 January 2018, the following restrictions will apply for smart bags on all flydubai flights.
Please note: if the lithium battery is not removable and is more than 100Wh (for Li-ion) or 2g (for Li-metal), the smart bag will not be accepted for carriage as checked or hand baggage.
Hajj visa or permit holder
Business, visit or tourist visa holder
It's your responsibility to obtain the correct visa to enable you to travel on these flights. If you arrive at the airport and don't have the correct documentation, you will not be allowed to travel and no refund will be offered. You must provide your passport details at the time of booking.
Please note: other travel restrictions apply on selected flights to Saudi Arabia during the period of Hajj. Read Travel restrictions for Hajj for more information on entry and exit dates, and the cities you can travel to within Saudi Arabia with business, tourist, visit, Hajj permit, or Hajj visas.
In line with new baggage rules at Dubai International (DXB), if you’re travelling with checked baggage please ensure that it is appropriately packed with at least one flat surface. Please click here for further information about the dimensions and weight of checked baggage.
Please note that there has been a change to visa requirements for passengers entering Tajikistan.
If you do not hold a passport from one of the countries listed in the table below you will need to apply for a visa before arriving in Tajikistan.
Certain passport holders, including UAE, GCC, EU, Indian and Pakistani nationals, can apply for an e-visa online before they travel. To apply for an e-visa and for a list of passport holders entitled to an e-visa, please click here.
If the visa changes have affected your travel plans, please call the flydubai Customer Centre on (+971) 600 54 44 45 where you can rebook to the same destination on the next available flydubai flight free of charge until 31 March 2017.
Read the important new visa rules applicable to GCC residents flying to the United Arab Emirates.
Please note that, for safety reasons, we cannot allow you to take items powered by lithium battery such as hoverboards, mini segways, balance wheels and solowheels on board any of our flights. This applies to hand baggage and checked baggage. If you’re carrying one of these items with or without batteries in your hand baggage or checked baggage, you’ll not be allowed to take it with you on your flight. For more information about restrictions on the carriage of lithium batteries and other dangerous goods, please read our baggage policy.
Please note that the flydubai bus service between Dubai International Airport and Abu Dhabi and Al Ain has been cancelled for operational reasons.
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During the booking process you can go back to our classic site by clicking on the flydubai logo.