Looking to fly to Kuwait from Dubai? If you choose to travel with flydubai, you can access more than 40 flights that head to Kuwait’s Sheikh Saad Al Abdallah Airport every week, with up to six flights daily.
Your short journey to Kuwait lasts just under two hours and and we’ll make sure every minute is as comfortable and entertaining as possible.
You’ll cruise through the sky in one of our Boeing 737 aircraft, decked out with optimised seating and a range of entertainment that’s packed into your personal touchscreen – choose from your favourite TV shows, a selection of films and the latest music. If you’d rather stay productive while in the air, you can take advantage of the on-board WiFi, catching up on emails and surfing the net as you fly. Plus, you can pre-order breakfast, lunch and dinner from our aircraft’s globally-inspired menu.
Kickstart your journey to Kuwait at Dubai International Airport, home to flydubai. Arriving at the airport is easy - either take advantage of Dubai’s regular bus service to DXB, book a taxi or simply drive yourself and leave your vehicle at Terminal 2.
Check-in is simple too. You can do it online beforehand, use a self-service kiosk or go to one of the airport’s counters at the terminal. Once you pass security, head through to departures to explore the terminal’s range of cafes and eateries.
Touch down at Sheikh Saad Al Abdallah Airport and Kuwait City is only 20 minutes away. You have three options for your transfer – either hire a car from one of the many car rental desks at the airport, hop into a taxi or climb aboard the 501 bus service which departs from outside of arrivals.
This sleek Gulf city doubles as both an urban retreat and coastal destination. Here you can explore sprawling malls, modern architecture and a wealth of world-class restaurants, with golden beaches and tranquil waters close by, too. There’s also plenty of local culture to lap up, with the atmospheric Souk Al Mubarakia, majestic Sief Palace and the city’s Grand Mosque offering an authentic taste of Kuwaiti life.