Fly from Bahrain to Dubai and take your pick from up to 35 flights every week. Your short journey over the Arabian Gulf takes just over an hour – and we’ll make sure every minute is comfortable and enjoyable.
Whether you’re heading to the glittering city for a business trip or escaping on a family holiday, we’ll make sure your travel experience quite literally flies by. Sit back in a spacious seat and enjoy your own personal touchscreen, packed with hundreds of movies, TV shows, games and music. Many of our Boeing 737-800 aircraft also have our award-winning WiFi available.
Stay refreshed on your short flight to Dubai by selecting tasty treats from our InFlight Bites menu. Tuck into snacks and dips, savour a Starbucks coffee and indulge with a chocolate bar. Business Class passengers can enjoy a selection of food and drinks throughout the flight.
Kickstart your journey to Dubai International Airport (DXB) at Bahrain International Airport (BAH), which you can reach within 20 minutes from Manama. It’s easy to grab a taxi or take your own car – short and long-term parking is available once you arrive.
An easy way to check in with us is online. You can check-in and download mobile boarding passes for your flight from Bahrain to Dubai between 48 hours and 90 minutes prior to take off. Alternatively, check in at one of our airport counters once you reach BAH. Head to the bag drop desks, through to security and then on to departures.
After you’ve enjoyed our inflight services, you’ll touch down at Dubai International Airport, where you’re just a 15-minute drive from the city centre. The award–winning Dubai airport has no shortage of transport links – there are taxis, buses and car hire services available. The nearest Dubai Metro station is Abu Hail, which you can reach easily by taxi.
Dubai is nothing short of an adventure. Whether you’re getting lost in dazzling shopping malls or dining in the desert as the sun goes down, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in this exhilarating city. View the world’s tallest building, immerse yourself in Arabian tradition and cross the city’s creek on a traditional abra. Families, couples, and business travellers alike won’t be stuck for things to do – in fact, you may just have to return to fit it all in.