Fly to Baku from Riyadh in as little as six and a half hours with flydubai, and begin your trip to Azerbaijan’s stunning capital city in exceptional comfort.
Our aircraft fly from Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport (RUH) to Baku’s Heydar Aliyev International Airport (GYD) - with a short stop-off in Dubai - up to six times a day, seven days a week.
Each flight has been designed for your ultimate comfort and entertainment. Through your personal 12.1-inch HD touch screen, travel through a world of TV shows, music, games, popular movies and more, or make the most of our award-winning Wi-Fi to browse the web and catch up with your loved ones. However you choose to pass the time, you can be sure it’ll be in supreme comfort - our Recaro passenger seats are specially-designed to fit the contours of your body.
Stay refreshed with our range of hot and cold meal options. Our attentive crew will provide a range of tasty snacks and beverages on board, or you can pre-order a hot meal of your choice from the menu up to 24 hours before departure if you fancy something a little more.
Though your flight includes a quick stop off at Dubai International Airport (DXB), our team will ensure your transition is smooth. Grab a coffee or enjoy a spot of shopping before heading to your connecting flight and taking once more to the skies.
Your journey to Baku begins at Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport (RUH). Situated 35 kilometres north of the city centre, it’s easily reachable by car or cab - grab a taxi for around SAR 100 from downtown Riyadh, or drive there and park in one of the airport’s 11,600 available car parking spaces.
On arrival, head to one of our flydubai check-in counters - open three hours before departure - to check in easily and efficiently. A member of our staff will be more than happy to help, or if you prefer, you can check in at one of the self-service kiosks available. To save time, check in between 48 hours and 90 minutes before your flight online. If you have any baggage to check in, you can do so at one of our bag drops before heading through security. Once you reach the departure lounge, relax and recharge at one of the many cafes or restaurants or stock up on souvenirs from the duty-free shops.
On arrival, it’s an easy trip to the heart of the city - Heydar Aliyev International Airport (GYD) sits just over 25km to the east of Baku. Take the Aero Express Line to the centre using a BakuCard - available to purchase from the BakuCard kiosk at the main exit of Terminal 1 - or hop into one of the many airport taxis outside. Alternatively, if you’re planning on taking a few trips during your stay, hire a car with us and open the door to further exploration in Azerbaijan.
Modern, picturesque and steeped in culture, Baku is full of treasures. Nestled next to the Caspian Sea, you can catch some extraordinary sunsets strolling down the Danizkenari Bulvar pedestrian promenade. Follow it for long enough and you’ll chance upon the Sydney Opera House - inspired Caspian Waterfront building . For a glimpse of more traditional architecture, head down to the Palace of the Shirvanshahs or through the streets of the Old City, which has held official UNESCO World Heritage Site status since 2000. Make sure you take the time to feast - even the pickiest palates will fall in love with the city’s flavourful cuisine.