Enjoy the utmost flexibility when you book a flight to Riyadh from Baku with flydubai. We fly from Azerbaijan to the Arabian city up to five times a day via Dubai, so you can choose the flight that best suits you. It’s not just flight times we offer flexibility with either. Avoid hassle at the airport by checking in online beforehand, choose your inflight services and upgrade to Business Class for extra luxury if you wish.
Whichever cabin you pick, we’ll make sure your seat is spacious and your experience is an enjoyable one. Every seat has its own personal touchscreen, so you can enjoy entertainment tailored to you. Flick through TV shows, movies, games and music - there is plenty to keep you busy as you fly to Riyadh.
For an additional cost, you can pre-order a hot dish and tuck into a globally-inspired meal as you cruise through the clouds. You can even share photos of your experience on Instagram if you wish, thanks to our award-winning onboard Wi-Fi. If you’d prefer a lighter bite to eat, browse our Inflight Bites and drinks menu.
Begin your Arabian adventure at Baku Heydar Aliyev International Airport (GYD). You can get there in about 25 minutes if you’re driving or taking a taxi from the city centre - it’s around 25km east of Azerbaijan’s capital.
We’ve rolled out multiple check-in options in Baku to make travel simpler. Skip the queues by checking in using our online service between 24 hours and 90 minutes before take off. All you need to do is choose your seat and print your boarding pass. If you’re not checking in online, head to one of our desks, where a member of our team will help you.
Drop your bags off, clear security and relax in the departures lounge ahead of your flight. The first leg of your journey will take you to Dubai International Airport (DXB). From here, you’ll catch your connection to Riyadh King Khalid International Airport (RUH). Taxi stands are just outside the terminal building to take you into the city centre or you can hire your own car with flydubai.
From its gleaming towers to its palm-peppered parks, Riyadh defies you to take a bad photo. But like all classic beauties, it’s not to be judged on looks alone. Visit Riyadh for its spirited souks, the rich cultural tapestry of museums, mud-brick forts and palaces. Travel to the Saudi Arabian capital and enjoy a unique blend of old and new - in this city, there’s something to suit everyone.