Fly to Kabul from Dubai in just under 3 hours with flydubai. Whether you’re visiting Afghanistan’s capital for business or leisure, we’re constantly rolling out flexible options to suit your travel needs.
With up to three flights a day, seven days a week, finding the right time and date to suit your Kabul plans is an effortless task. Our frequent flights take you from Dubai International Airport (DXB) to Khwaja Rawash International Airport (KBL) – with both Economy and Business fares available. For a travel experience with extra comfort and convenience, book into Business Class and fly to Kabul as just one of 12 business passengers. Relax in our Italian leather seats with extendable leg rests and built-in lumbar support.
No matter which ticket you plump for, the last thing we want is for you to get bored on your flight, so all of our seats come with a personal touchscreen. It’s packed with hundreds of films, TV shows, games and music to keep you entertained in the sky. We’ve even won awards for our WiFi, so make the most of it while you are flying.
Head to Dubai International Airport (DXB) to begin your journey to Kabul. Getting to the airport from the city centre is easy - you’ll be there in around 15 minutes. Jump on a bus, order a taxi or drive yourself and leave your vehicle at Terminal 2’s car park. Dubai Metro also runs a service to the airport – the nearest station is Abu Hail, just 2km away from Terminal 2.
Enjoy flexible check-in options at DXB with flydubai. Either check-in online to save time at the airport, use a self-service kiosk or head to one of our counters where our friendly staff will check you in. Once you’ve dropped off your bags and been through security, relax in Terminal 2 and enjoy a wide range of facilities.
Touchdown in Kabul and the city centre is only 1km away. To get there, you can either arrange a taxi, take the bus or check out the car hire options available at arrivals.
Dive into Afghanistan’s diverse culture with a trip to Kabul. The capital continues to grow at rapid speed, with endless new buildings, bustling bazaars and museums a-plenty to explore. Discover iconic sights such as the Mausoleum of Nadir Shah, as well as architectural jewel Shah-Do Shamshira Mosque, before travelling back in time at the Ka Farushi bird market. Once you’ve had your fill of city life, enjoy a dose of greenery at Babur’s Garden, one of the city’s most beautiful parks.
Please check with your embassy to find out about any warnings and restrictions before you travel.