Travel in comfort when you fly to Kabul with flydubai. Take your pick from our selection of airfares and explore what our Business and Economy Class services.
Business Class is ideal for those attending a work meeting or perfect for the traveller who enjoys the finer things in life. Your journey through the airport will be a smooth one, with fast-tracked services on check-in and security. Once onboard our Boeing 737-800 you’ll ease into an Italian leather seat as one of 12 Business Class passengers. Stay entertained up in the air and make use of your personal touchscreen device. Alternatively, plug your computer in and log into our award-winning WiFi to stay up to date with news on the ground.
If you opt for Economy Class, you’ll find all the mod cons you’d expect from flydubai. You also have your own touchscreen, packed with more than 2,000 hours of entertainment and with access to our WiFi, you can spend your time scrolling through social media or reading up on your destination. Why not indulge in a little retail therapy before you land? Shop duty-free watches, jewellery, perfume and toys, all from the comfort of your ergonomically-designed seat.
You can also tuck in to delicious meals while you’re up in the air. Pre-order from our internationally-inspired menu before you board or take a glance at our snack menu for lighter bites.
At the time of writing, there was still unrest in Afghanistan. Please check with your embassy to find out about any warnings and restrictions before you travel.
Explore the colourful history of the country with a visit to the National Archive. The exhibit is found in a beautiful 19th-century palace – marvel the intricately painted ceiling and carved woodwork. With thousands of documents, including some truly historical reports, to explore you can get a clear timeline of this vibrant city.
Gaze at an impressive collection of artwork at the National Gallery. Created by contemporary Afghan artists, the intriguing blend of historic pictures and paintings were heroically saved during the troubles of previous years.
Discover a peaceful green retreat at the Gardens of Babur. This tranquil Kabul park is a quiet open space where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a restful afternoon surrounded by nature.
Head to Kabul and discover a flourishing city tucked away among an incredible mountainous scenery. From bustling markets to awe-inspiring landscapes, this remarkable destination has something to intrigue any traveller. Discover Kabul for yourself when you book flights with flydubai.
Visit the seat of ancient power in Afghanistan when you head to Bala Hissar. The 5th-century fortress is closed to the public, but make your way along the old city walls for stunning views over Kabul. Stretching out along the mountain ridges, the walls are the perfect destination for a beautiful walk and stunning vistas across the mountains.
If you’re after a new feathered friend or a dose of Afghani culture, make the Ka Faroshi bird market your next must-visit destination. Colourful, boisterous and refreshingly traditional, this Kabul market is found just behind Pul-e Khishti Mosque. For a bright mix of fruits, fabrics and traditional souvenirs, head to one of Kabul’s many bazaars for an authentic shopping experience. No trip to this city would be complete without a visit to the lively markets and bazaars.
Sitting in a valley surrounded by staggeringly high mountains, Kabul is one of the world’s most elevated capital cities. As such, this destination promises access the surrounding Hindu Kush mountains. The snow-capped peaks and impressive glaciers have always contributed to tourism in Kabul and are an incredible destination for trekking and hiking.
For a change of pace from the city, head out of Kabul to explore the surrounding areas. Go west to visit the Band e Amir National Park. The reserve is a picture perfect example of the country’s natural beauty. Explore the six stunning lakes and marvel at the deep sapphire hues.
Before you begin your journey to Kabul, check with your embassy first to see what documentation you need to enter Afghanistan.
You’ll use Afghanistan’s national currency while in the country – the Afghan Afghani (AFN). Frequently used notes include: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1,000.
Pashto and Dari are the official languages in Afghanistan and are widely spoken in Kabul.
Expect seasonal weather throughout the year in Kabul. Temperatures drop to around -2°C in January and March and warm up to 33°C during July and September.
You can catch a taxi in Kabul with ease. They are usually yellow in colour and we recommend agreeing a fare with the driver before your journey. If you’d prefer a more private service, hire a car and explore further afield.