Experience the natural beauty of Saudi Arabia when you book flights to Jouf from Dubai. Up to three flights jet to the northern region every week, making it simple to plan your next adventure.
Whether you’re travelling to Jouf for a whistle-stop business trip or a longer family holiday, our short direct flights to the region ensure a seamless start to your Saudi Arabian break.
Enjoy maximum comfort as you cruise towards Jouf in your ergonomically-designed seat. Connect to our award-winning onboard WiFi, shop for duty-free goodies or browse your entertainment-packed personal HD touchscreen. Pre-book a hot meal and munch away as you watch a Hollywood blockbuster or addictive TV show.
Pack your bags and make for Dubai International Airport (DXB). You’ll depart from Terminal 2 and with plenty of transport options within the city, you’ll find it easy to access. Take a taxi, ride the bus, drive yourself or hop on the Dubai Metro and disembark at Abu Hail station, only 2km from DXB.
Streamline your journey by checking-in before you set off for the airport. The online service opens 24 hours ahead of your flight’s departure time and gives you the option of a mobile boarding pass, saving the need for a print out. Alternatively, you can check-in on arrival at DXB either at one of our desks or at one of the self-service kiosks. With that ticked off, make your way through security and into departures. Duty free shops and numerous restaurants await, making it easy to pass the time before you’re called to board.
Touch down at Jouf Domestic Airport (AJF), which lies 20km away from the city of Sakaka. Local car hire is available from the terminal, if you wish to explore the region and beyond.
Venture to northern Saudi Arabia and discover heaps of natural beauty in Jouf. Drive out into the Nufud Desert and explore the golden sands – take a camel ride, get your adrenaline pumping with high-octane dune bashing or try your hand at sand surfing. For a more serene experience, visit Hurrat Al Hurrah Reserve and spend a day bird spotting. Once you’ve ticked off the area’s wild side, make your way into Sakaka City for a taste of urban life. Thousands of olive trees line the streets and historical sights are peppered throughout.