Book one of our cheap flights to Karachi from Jeddah and we’ll take you to Pakistan’s capital with all the comforts you could wish for. We fly from Jeddah to Karachi every day of the week, with six flights a day to choose from.
Whether you’re flying to Pakistan for beaches, buildings and the authentic Pakistani food, or heading to the metropolis on a business break, there’s a fare, flight and service for every kind of traveller. Flight duration can be as short as eight hours, with a short stop at Dubai International Airport (DXB).
You can rest up on our long-haul flights, thanks to our comfortable, ergonomically designed seating. Dive into your own personal touchscreen - you’ll find movies, games, TV shows, and music to pick and choose from.
Get a taste of Pakistani food before you arrive in the city - our inflight menu has all kinds of delicious dishes inspired by flavours from all over the world. Be sure to pre-order if you want breakfast, lunch, or dinner onboard.
Start your Pakistani adventure at King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED), just a 20-minute drive from the city centre. Stay organised on your travels by using our online check-in between 48 hours and 90 minutes before take-off. Alternatively, check in at one of our counters once you reach Jeddah airport.
Make your way through security and then to departures; dine, shop or relax while you wait to board your flight. Enjoy priority check in, quicker boarding and other luxury services, when book one of our Business Class seats.
We’ll safely fly you to Jinnah International Airport (KHI) where you can continue the next leg of your journey. Continue travelling with flydubai by hiring a car with us, or arrange a private transfer. There’s also a taxi stand conveniently located just outside the terminal building.
With all the magnificent architecture - palaces, houses, churches, and bazaars - dotted around the capital, Karachi is a sprawling, culture-packed hub that’s perfect for exploration. But it’s not just about the history - this city is a foodie’s dream come true. Even if you miss the annual Eat Festival, Karachian delicacies are everywhere, from food stalls dishing out tasty biryanis to smothered bhuttas (corn) on the beach.