Book Flights to Pakistan

Discover one of Asia’s most unique destinations when you book a flight to Karachi, Faisalabad, Multan, Quetta or Sialkot. Our wide range of direct routes to this fascinating country allow you to be flexible with your travel plans, and we’ll go above and beyond to make sure your journey is both affordable and comfortable.

There are plenty of ways you can save time and enjoy an efficient service with us. Online check-in is available at multiple global airports, and mobile boarding passes are a handy option for travellers with internet-enabled smart phones or tablets. You’ll also find counter check-in at all our departure destinations and self-service kiosks at Dubai International Airport (DXB).

Sink into your seat onboard one of our aircraft and enjoy plenty of entertainment, delicious inflight meals and affordable duty-free shopping. We’ve got hundreds of hours of entertainment to enjoy while in the sky – choose from movies, TV shows, music and games from your own personal touchscreen. Our award-winning WiFi is available on select aircraft so you can log in and stay in touch with friends, family and work throughout your journey.


If your flight to Pakistan is longer than three hours, you can pre-order a range of hot meals to enjoy in the sky. Our menu is inspired by cuisines around the globe and you can even enjoy popular Pakistani dishes before you even land. If you’d prefer something lighter, choose from a range of sweet and savoury snacks available on all of our flights.

Things to do

Make for the mountains


Trek through Pakistan’s medley of peaks and valleys, explore the lush greenery that surrounds Nanga Parbat, the western bastion of the Himalaya, or the snowy heights of K2, the second-highest mountain in the world.

Fun for all the family

Make memories on a visit to Pakistan’s former capital Karachi, where you’ll find plenty of fun for kids and adults alike. Play golf, splash down a water slide or enjoy a picnic on the specially-built beach at Dreamworld Resort, or head into the city itself for entertainment, shopping and eateries galore.

Be wowed by architecture

Marvel at the wonders of the magnificent mosques that punctuate much of Pakistan’s cities and towns. From the grand white domes of Badshahi Mosque in Lahore, to the contemporary Faisal Mosque in Islamabad with its stunning pencil-like towers.  

A guide to Pakistan

Karachi remains just as vibrant and cosmopolitan as its days as Pakistan’s capital. Nestled on the country’s southern coast, the sprawling mega-city is a heady mix of impressive history, mouth-watering food, and beautiful beaches.

Into the valleys


Trek through contrasting landscapes that sweep the country, from beaches and deserts, to mountains and salt mines. Breathe in the fragrant breeze of Pakistan’s very own ‘paradise on earth’, the glorious Hunza Valley or escape to the mountain retreats and Buddhist ruins in the bright alpine scenery of Swat Valley, east of Chitral.

Glimpse into the past

Take some time to truly immerse yourself in the architecture and museums of Pakistan. Admire the Buddhist statues in Lahore Museum, check out historic aircrafts at PAF Museum and step into Quaid-e-Azam House to learn about the founder of Pakistan himself.

Spice it up

Try authentic Pakistani cuisine once and you’ll want to stay in the country forever. Dive into creamy stews with fresh naan, savour the spices of a seekh kebab and indulge in a milky cup of a Kashmiri chai. Another popular Pakistani drink is mango lassi, a thick yoghurt drink that makes a perfect refreshment in the South Asian heat.

Get lost in a world of sport

Cricket in Pakistan predates the creation of the country itself, so it’s no wonder that it’s become the national sport. Be sure to head to one of the country’s many stadiums to watch a game during your visit. Polo is another popular sport in Pakistan. The Shandur Polo Festival is a huge annual event, where free-style polo can be enjoyed against a breathtaking rural backdrop.  

Useful information


To visit Pakistan, you’ll need the correct visa in place. The only countries exempt from this are Iceland, Maldives, Nepal, Samoa, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago. The length of your stay with a visa depends on your home country, so check with your embassy before departure.


During your trip to Pakistan you’ll use the Pakistani Rupee (PKR), which can often be identified with an R symbol. Frequently used notes include: 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000 Rupees.


Pakistan’s official languages are Urdu and English. Regional languages also include Punjabi, Pashto, Sindhi and Balochi.


Visitors to Pakistan can expect a mostly dry, hot desert climate. Although the country holds the record for one of the highest temperatures in the world – a scorching 53.5°C. During winter, temperatures can drop to 4°C.

Getting around

Making your way around Pakistan has become much easier in recent years. Much of your travelling can be carried out by bus, which is often the cheapest method of transport. Auto rickshaws are a popular travel option for short distances, the only place you can’t hop on one is Islamabad. However the capital city did see the first ever motorcycle taxi service launched in 2016. Alternatively, take advantage of Pakistan’s rail service or hire a car, to explore the country yourself.

Airport information

flydubai operates out of airports in various destinations throughout Pakistan, including Faisalabad, Karachi, Multan, Quetta and Sialkot.

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