Embark on a thrilling adventure to Pakistan’s third biggest city when you book flights to Faisalabad. Whether you prefer a seat in Business Class or an Economy fare, flydubai can take you to Faisalabad from departure locations all over the world.
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Aboard our Boeing 737-800 aircraft you’ll experience a comfortable journey on your flight to Faisalabad, with entertainment at your fingertips and ergonomically designed seating. You can also pick up duty free goods from our onboard shop and connect to our award-winning WiFi if you’re itching to catch up on social media.
You can purchase a variety of snacks and drinks as you fly to Pakistan, with a wide range of sweet and savoury treats to choose between. If you’d prefer something heartier, pre-order a hot meal 36 hours before your flight to Faisalabad and we’ll serve you delicious food as you cruise through the skies.
Punjabi cuisine plays a big role in Faisalabad’s foodie scene, with restaurants and street food carts serving up a mouth-watering range of dishes. Tuck into chutney-topped samosas, mop up vegetable curries with freshly-baked roti and indulge in succulent tandoori chicken.
Eight bustling bazaars are spread out beneath the city’s looming clock tower, each boasting its own specialism. Experience the vivid and vibrant marketplaces and pick up souvenirs to take home with you. Rali Bazaar is the best for gold, Jhang Bazaar is the place to go for fresh produce and you’ll find plenty of home décor options at Aminpur Bazaar.
Jump from one city to another with a day trip to neighbouring Lahore. Tour the mesmerising Mughal architecture, pay a visit to the city’s beautiful gardens and experience the delights of the local cuisine.
Bustling Faisalabad is the third largest city in the country and its textile heart. Colonial architecture and industrial mills make up the varying landscape - a nod to its historical significance and the city’s position as a serious business hub in Pakistan.
Ghanta Ghar, the city’s clock tower, is high up on the list of things to do in Faisalabad. This impeccable landmark hints at the Colonial past of the city. The influence of the British Raj is still evident, as the eight bazaars around the tower form a Union Jack pattern when viewed from above.
After you’ve visited the clock tower, explore the surrounding eateries and get a taste of the local cuisine. With tonnes of outstanding restaurants in Faisalabad, and food stalls galore - you’ll be spoiled for choice.
If you’re not quite ready to eat, work up an appetite at one of Faisalabad’s shopping malls. Koh I Noor Shopping Mall is the ultimate place to get a retail fix, with plenty of shops to wander round.
Faisalabad’s parks are spread throughout the city, but the best is the historic Jinnah Gardens. Take a picnic with you and enjoy the serenity of the beautifully manicured, green spaces. Pay a visit to the Sir Charles JamesLyall monument, which commemorates the founder of Faisalabad. If you’re seeking even more natural respite, stroll the palatial grounds of the University of Agriculture and admire the stunning campus. For something outside of the city, venture to the sprawling Gatwala Wildlife Park. There are rides for the little ones, pretty lakes to explore by boat and ample wildlife to spot.
There’s fun in store for all the family at Sindbad’s Wonderland. Ride indoor bumper cars, play in the gaming arcade and watch thrilling 4D movies. When Faisalabad’s weather peaks, take the kids for a fun day out at Aqualand Water Park. Brave towering water slides or opt for a leisurely swim in one of the outdoor pools. If you’re a sports fan, or travelling with one in to, make your way to Faisalabad Stadium. Known locally as Iqbal Stadium, it’s the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon of international cricket.
Depending on your country of origin, you may need a visa to enter Pakistan. Contact your embassy for more information before your flight to Faisalabad.
The currency in Faisalabad, you’ll use the Pakistani Rupee (PKR). Frequently used notes include: 10, 50, 100, 500, 1,000.
Urdu is Pakistan’s national language, although Punjabi is widely spoken by a large portion of the population.
Faisalabad’s weather varies throughout the year, with average temperatures reaching a whopping 43°c in summer and dipping to 18°c in January.
There are plenty of ways to travel around Faisalabad. For an authentic experience, hail a rickshaw and zip around the city on three wheels. There are buses and taxis in abundance, too. If you’re planning a day trip out of the city, car hire in Faisalabad is available.
Faisalabad International Airport (LYP) is where you’ll fly in and out of. Located just 10km from the heart of the city, it’s really easy to reach. Arrange a private transfer, catch a taxi or hop on the bus.