With 14 flights a week to Khartoum from Dubai, flydubai can take you to Sudan’s bustling capital at a time that suits you.
Your journey to Khartoum International Airport (KRT) takes off at Dubai International Airport (DXB) with a journey time of 4 hours 20 minutes in the air. But you won’t be bored – our aircraft
are packed with entertainment, dining options and comfort to make sure time really does fly.
Plug into our inflight entertainment system where you can play games, watch movies and TV programmes or relax to the latest music while watching the clouds go by. Plus you can enjoy our onboard WiFi system, which you can also use to monitor the progress of your flight or to stay productive in the air.
Those who choose to pre-order a meal will be spoilt for choice with our internationally-inspired menu that’s been developed with flavour, variety and convenience in mind.
Whatever your reason for travelling, flying from Dubai International Airport with flydubai is easy and convenient. It’s just a 15-minute drive from the city centre, so you can grab a taxi, hop on the bus or bring your own car – short-term and long-term parking is available at Terminal 2, where flydubai operates from.
Check in 48 hours before you fly and up to 90 minutes before your flight by using our online check-in service. You can also receive a mobile boarding pass via text. In Dubai International Airport, this can replace your paper boarding pass, but you’ll need the usual papers for your return journey. Alternatively, check in at one of flydubai’s counters or use a quick self-service kiosk before continuing through to bag drop. If you’re travelling light, head straight on to security and the departure lounge.
You’ll land at Khartoum International Airport, just 4km southeast of the city of Al Amara. Grab a taxi and begin your journey within Khartoum.
Khartoum is a huge, buzzing city that’s flourishing at an ever-increasing rate. From traditional wrestling to Sufi dancing, there are plenty of ways to dive into Sudanese culture. See the land where the two Niles meet, explore fascinating museums or get to the heart of the shopping action at one of the capital’s lively souks.