Travel from North Africa to the Middle East when you book a flight from Alexandria to Dubai - you’ll reach the UAE city in less than four hours.
Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, this modern metropolis never disappoints. And with up to nine flights every week, getting there is easy with flydubai.
No matter what type of flight ticket booking you opt for, flydubai always strive to ensure a comfortable flight experience. Optimised seating allows plenty of leg room, while a personal touchscreen lets you explore a range of entertainment - indulge in your favourite TV series, catch a new film or listen to relaxing music.
flydubai’s inflight services don’t end there – you can also enjoy Wi-Fi as you cruise towards the UAE, as well as a delicious collection of dishes that can be pre-ordered from the aircraft’s onboard diner.
Begin your trip to Dubai at Borg El Arab Airport. Getting to the airport takes less than an hour in the car, only 50km from the city centre.
Once there, you can either check-in for your flight at the terminal’s many desks or skip the queue by opting to check-in online. Business Class passengers can also enjoy priority services, sailing through check-in and security and into the Business Lounge.
When security has been ticked off, all passengers can enjoy the range of amenities available at Borg El Arab Airport. Before your flight departs, you can pick up some duty-free goodies at various different shops and refuel at one of the terminal’s cafes.
Touchdown in Dubai and the transfer to the city’s centre only takes 10 minutes by car – either grab a cab from outside of the terminal or hire a car to explore the city and beyond. If you’d prefer to take public transport, there’s a regular bus service which runs between the Dubai airport and the city centre.
Dubai is a cosmopolitan city offering endless restaurants, malls and amazing feats of architecture to discover. And while its modern architecture may have put Dubai on the map, there’s also old-age culture to soak up too, with spice souks, authentic eateries and traditional mosques.