Low-cost fares, friendly crew and all the little luxuries - there are plenty of reasons to fly from Kuwait to Sarajevo with flydubai.
Fly first thing at morning or through starry skies at night - with six flights a day, seven days a week, you have the power to choose when you travel. Whether you're jetting to the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina for business or leisure, we cater for all kinds of travellers.
Find the right fare for you - browse through our Economy Class options or make the most of our priority services by booking a seat in Business Class. Whichever service you choose, you’ll spend your flight among plenty of comforts.
Immerse yourself in your personal touchscreen packed with games, movies, TV shows and music, or simply snooze the hours away in our spacious seating.
First off, head to Kuwait Airport (KWI). You’ll find it 16km south of the city centre, about 20 minutes by car. Keep an eye out for Airport Road and KWI is well signposted from there.
We’ve rolled out online check-in at Kuwait’s airport, so you can save time queuing. If you’d prefer to opt out of the online option, the team at our smooth-running counters will have you checked in quickly. Drop off your baggage, then zip through security at least an hour before departure and head for the boarding gate no longer than 30 minutes before takeoff.
Our pilot will then soar over Asia and Europe, touching down at Sarajevo International Airport (SJJ). If you’re exploring Sarajevo on your own, there are plenty of international and local car rental operators at the airport, or you can hire a car through flydubai - it takes about 20 minutes to reach downtown Sarajevo. If you’re catching a taxi, head to the stand next to Terminal B.
An Ottoman bridge that saw the events which sparked WWI take place, the hauntingly beautiful ‘yellow fortress’ - the facets of Sarajevo’s history provide a checklist of sights for any visitor. The capital is packed with welcoming culture. Spend time between sightseeing to stroll sun-bleached alleys, thick with the mouth-watering smell of ćevapi, dazzling fountain displays and a glorious mixture of architecture.