Unlock the glamour of the UAE when you fly from Almaty to Dubai with flydubai. Our services are constantly expanding - we now have onboard Wi-Fi and Business Class options for many of our flights to Dubai.
Travel whenever is best for you, choosing from seven direct flights every week to vibrant Dubai - we offer fares to fit a range of budgets. Fly to Dubai from Almaty in our spacious Economy cabin or enjoy our premium service in Business Class. Whichever you pick, your five hours to this dazzling emirate will fly by.
Arrive at Dubai airport feeling refreshed and ready for fast-paced city life. There’s a lot more than trolley food to dine on - pre-order a hot meal and keep hunger at bay. Connect to our award-winning onboard WiFi and stay on top of work or social media. When you’re bored of watching the clouds, swipe through your personal touchscreen and explore a myriad of TV shows, films, games and music.
Whether you’re getting dropped off, taking the bus or driving your own car, you’ll need to make your way to Almaty International Airport (ALA) to start your trip to Dubai. It’s located just 35 minutes north-east of the city centre, with several buses to jump aboard - No. 79, 86, 92 and 106. You can also catch a taxi or take your own car and park at the long-term or short-term airport car park.
Streamline your journey by checking in online up to 90 minutes before your flight. For those who’d prefer to use a traditional counter service, simply head to one of our desks when you arrive at the airport. Business Class travellers can also take advantage of priority services at selected airports. Relax at departures while you wait for your flight to Dubai and make sure you’re at the boarding gate no later than half an hour before the boarding time.
Finding your way around Dubai is easy. Once you arrive at Dubai International Airport (DXB), there’s a whole range of transport options to choose from to take you into the city centre. There’s a metro station 2km from the airport, which you’ll need a taxi to reach. Ask for Abu Hail. Otherwise, take a taxi downtown, hop on the bus, or rent a car with us - you can be in central Dubai in 15 minutes.
Dubai is a world away from the small trading outpost in the oil-heavy Gulf that it once was. It’s transformed at record rate into a breathtaking blend of futuristic architecture, idyllic beaches and world-famous restaurants. This is the land of opportunity - you can try your hand at indoor skiing, swim alongside sharks in a shopping mall and wander around the top of the world’s tallest building. But this is also the only place where you can step out of a skyscraper-centric world and into one with traditional souks and wooden abras waiting to ferry you across the creek.