In three hours, flydubai can take you from Dubai to Faisalabad. With up to two flights a day, planning your journey from the UAE to this exciting Pakistani city has never been easier. Enjoy a direct flight and Economy seating for a fuss-free journey at a variety of convenient times.
At flydubai, we endeavour to provide a relaxing and enjoyable service on all our flights. Before you step onboard, take a moment to explore our internationally-influenced menu and pre-order a delicious meal to enjoy while you fly. Alternatively, opt for something lighter and nibble on the range of snacks available to buy on every flight.
Once in the cabin, settle into your seat before delving into our extensive collection of in-flight entertainment. From Hollywood hits to Bollywood classics, discover movies, TV shows and more on your personal 12.1-inch touchscreen.
Begin your trip to Faisalabad at Dubai International Airport (DXB). Located just 15 minutes from the city centre, it’s really easy to access. Take a taxi, organise a bus transfer or hop on the Dubai Metro to the nearby Abu Hail station, just 2km from the airport. Alternatively, drive yourself and take advantage of the ample parking facilities for a seamless start to your journey.
Head to Terminal 2 to check-in with a member of flydubai staff at one of our desks. For a quick and convenient service, check-in online up to 48 hours before your flight or at one of our self-service kiosks. Once you've dropped off your bags, head through to departure lounge - visit cafes and restaurants to refuel and relax, or treat yourself to some duty free shopping before you take off to Faisalabad.
Once you’ve touched down in Faisalabad International Airport (LYP) head to arrivals to collect your bags. The airport is situated 10 km from the city centre, just a 35 minute journey. Take a cab, hop on a bus, organise a private transfer or hire a car to explore the city yourself.
A major city in the Punjab province, Faisalabad is a bustling industrial hub. Dive head first into Pakistan’s third largest metropolis and explore its many bazaars – gold, fabrics, and fresh food are among the goodies up for grabs. The city was built from trade and is now known for its wide variety of produce and thriving commerce. Visit the impressive Faisalabad clock-tower for a glimpse of British architecture, for a physical representation of the industrial history of Pakistan. Once you’ve ticked off the city’s sights, take a relaxing stroll in Faisalabad’s idyllic Jinnah Garden for a change of pace. Whatever your reason for visiting, take the chance to explore all this vibrant city has to offer.