Venture to the capital of Iraq when you book a flight to Baghdad from Dubai. Up to 10 flights take off from the Emirate and jet to the Iraqi city every week. From the moment you click book to the minute you land, we’ll ensure your flydubai experience is a smooth one.
If you book seats in Economy Class, you’ll find personal entertainment touchscreens, meaning you can catch up on movies, listen to music or indulge in a TV box set as you cruise towards Iraq. Time will fly with our award-winning WiFi – connect to our onboard network and explore the internet to your heart’s content. A variety of snacks and hot dishes are available for your flight to Baghdad. Pre-order meals in advance or pick up light bites throughout your journey.
In Business Class, there’s ample room to recline and relax in your Italian leather seat. Just sit back, enjoy entertainment at your fingertips and indulge in our internationally-inspired dishes.
Head to Dubai International Airport (DXB) to begin your trip to Baghdad. The airport is located within easy reach of the city centre. To get there, book a taxi or make the most of public transport in Dubai. Buses and the Dubai Metro run regularly to DXB, with the nearest station Abu Hail only 2km away. Otherwise, you can drive and park at the airport.
Check-in is available online before you set off for the airport. Select your preferred seat, download your boarding pass and you’re good to go. If you prefer a more hands-on approach, check-in when you get there at either a flydubai desk or one of the airport’s self-service kiosks. Following check-in, the next step is dropping your bags off and heading through security. Once that’s done, you can relax and enjoy all the amenities on offer at Terminal 2.
You’ll touchdown at Baghdad International Airport (BGW), which is located only 30 minutes west of the city centre.
Perched on the Tigris River, Baghdad is the 8th-century capital of Iraq. History buffs will find plenty of treasures to explore while in the city. The Khan Murjan, a 14th-century souk in Baghdad, dazzles with brick arches, while Abbasid Palace gives you a glimpse into the country’s past. The intricate domes and minarets of the city now share the skyline with soaring skyscrapers. Explore its modern side at the restaurants peppered throughout the capital - don’t leave without sampling pistachio-stuffed pastries and traditional baked fish known as masgouf, a speciality in Baghdad.
Please note at the time of writing, there was civil unrest in Baghdad. Before you travel, please check with your embassy to find out about any security warnings or restrictions.