Fly to Gassim from Dubai in just over two hours with flydubai. Departing from Dubai International Airport (DXB), we’ll fly you directly to Saudi Arabia’s agricultural heartland.
We operate up to two flights a day to Gassim, so you have more than 10 to choose from each week, making journey planning much easier. Cheap flights to Gassim are available with our Economy Class fares - perfect if you’re on a budget. Or if you want to elevate your journey, opt for a Business Class ticket, ensuring a luxe experience as you head towards Saudi Arabia.
Although your flight is only short, we’ll help keep you entertained throughout your journey. Step onboard and enjoy your own personal 12.1-inch touchscreen, bursting with movies, games, music, and TV shows. Many of our planes are also equipped with WiFi, so you can stay connected as you fly.
Pre-order a hot wrap from our onboard menu to keep hunger at bay as you cruise. If you’d prefer something lighter, all our flights are stocked with drinks and snacks, helping you stay refreshed throughout your journey.
Dubai International Airport (DXB) will be your trip’s starting point, only a 15-minute journey from the city centre. To reach the airport, you can take a taxi, catch a bus or drive yourself and take advantage of parking available at DXB. Or you can opt to hop on the Dubai Metro – the nearest station to Terminal 2 is Abu Hail, just 2km away.
Checking in is easy at DXB, with a range of options to choose from. Save time at the airport by selecting online check-in, or arrive and head straight for the self-service kiosks or traditional counters. Once you’ve dropped off your bags and ticked off security, you can sail through to departures. Here, there’s plenty of places to eat and drink ahead of your flight, so you’ll be relaxed and refreshed before you step onboard.
Arrive into Gassim Regional Airport (ELQ) and the city of Buraydah is 27km away. You can arrange a private transfer or opt to catch a taxi, plus there are also local car hire companies at the airport. Please note that women are not allowed to drive on public roads in Saudi Arabia.
Gassim serves as the perfect point to explore Saudi Arabia’s beautiful desert province. Take a tour of the area’s hotspots, starting at Buraydah. Soak up the region’s history at the Museum of Buraydah and visit the biggest camel market in the world. Stop off at Unayzah to sample the city’s famous dates and citrus fruits before discovering the desert city of Al Dir’iyah and its fascinating royal past.