Fly from Dar es Salaam to Karachi with flydubai and we’ll take you to the cosmopolitan Pakistani city in style. Our fares, aircraft and services are all designed with your comfort in mind.
We fly from Dar es Salaam to Karachi more than 20 times week, so you can be extremely flexible with your travel plans. Whether your flight to Pakistan is for business, beaches or biryani, you’ll find a fare and flight time to suit your needs with our wide range.
Your inflight experience is our number one priority, so we’re always on the lookout for ways to make it better. That’s why we make the little details count - step aboard and you’ll find award-winning Wi-Fi, a personal 12.1-inch HD touchscreen and ergonomically-designed seats. You can also pre-order food for your flight to Karachi, as well as purchase light bites from our inflight menu.
Take your experience further with a seat in Business Class - you can enjoy all of the above and more. As just one of 12 passengers in our premium cabin, you’ll receive a dedicated and exclusive service.
Head to Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) to begin your journey to Karachi, just a 13-minute drive from the city centre. Take a city bus, catch a taxi or drive yourself - the airport has a plentiful supply of parking options.
Our high-value services start on the ground. Avoid queues at the airport with our timesaving online check-in. It’s quick and easy, allowing you to check-in between 48 hours and 90 minutes before take off. If you’d prefer, check in with one of our friendly staff at our counter once you reach DAR. If you have bags, just leave them at the drop-off desks beforehand.
One of the aircraft from our fleet will take you on the first leg of your journey to Dubai International Airport (DXB). From here, you’ll catch your connection to Jinnah International Airport (KHI), where you can begin your Pakistani break. If you want to explore on your own four wheels, rent a car with flydubai or arrange a private transfer. You’ll also find a taxi stand just outside the terminal building which can take you into the city centre.
From the moment you arrive, Karachi wows. Theatre spills out of the colourful playhouses into everything, from the buzzing bazaars to the tantalising meals - nihari and naan are a match made in heaven. Inhale the buttery scent of warm bhuttas (corn on the cob) along the balmy coast line, wander around 18th-century churches and explore romantic palaces. Perched on Pakistan’s beautiful coast, this city offers plenty of cultural treasures to explore.