Fly to Kazan from Dubai in just five hours and 20 minutes with flydubai. Taking off from Dubai International Airport (DXB), we’ll fly you directly to the Russian city in comfort.
The little details matter. As well as giving our customers up to five flights from Dubai to Kazan to choose from every week, we’ll also provide you with all the comforts you need to arrive at your destination feeling refreshed. If you fancy upgrading, book a Business Class flight to enjoy ultimate luxury along the way.
When you arrive for your flight, you’ll meet our flydubai crew - our friendly team will welcome you at the airport and make sure your time in the air is as enjoyable as possible. It’s not just the people that make our flights special - the technology is top of its game too. Award-winning in-flight WiFi, movies, games, music and TV shows all keep you busy from your own personal touchscreen.
We’ll also make sure you reach Kazan feeling energised with our Inflight Bites menu, or you can pre-order a hot meal. Sweet or savoury, explore all the options before you’re due to board.
Begin your adventure to Russia at Dubai International Airport (DXB). Getting to the airport from the city is a breeze. Simply take a taxi, hop on a bus or organise a private transfer.
You’ll be departing from Terminal 2, so if you’re making your way by metro, you’ll need to get off at the nearby Abu Hail station and take a taxi from there. There are also plenty of spaces to park your car if you drive, both long- and short-term.
Starting your journey smoothly makes all the difference, so we offer three options at Dubai International Airport. You can check-in online up to 90 minutes before your flight, get everything sorted at a self-service kiosk, or do it at a flydubai counter.
Tick off baggage drop and security before swooping through to departures. Bag yourself a duty-free deal, visit a cafe and stay connected with WiFi in Dubai’s departure lounge.
Touch down at Kazan International Airport (KZN) and you’re just 30km south-east of the city centre. For transfers, book a taxi in advance via your airline or tour operator. You can also hire a car if you fancy your own four-wheel adventure, or take a quick ride on the bus to the central station in Kazan.
It’s taken a few years, but Kazan has transformed itself from a provincial Russian town to a prosperous hub buzzing with energy. See storybook scenes with just a short walk around the city: from UNESCO-protected Kazan Kremlin (the city’s historic nucleus) to the quaint wooden houses of Tatarskaya Sloboda. Don’t miss the Temple of All Religions - an imaginative, one-of-a-kind monument that brings all religions together under one roof. No trip to Kazan is complete without seeing the startlingly beautiful Qolşärif Mosque. Its iconic sky-blue domes and swooping towers make for a fairy-tale scene.