Experience grand British Raj–era architecture and mouth-watering cuisine when you book flights from Dubai to Lucknow. We operate up to three flights every week to the Indian city, so you can easily plan your trip to the region of Uttar Pradesh.
Book an Economy Class ticket and the journey to Lucknow will fly by thanks to our wide range of amenities. Get settled in your ergonomically-designed seat and you can connect to our onboard WiFi to catch up on social media while watching a movie on your personal 12.1-inch touchscreen. There’s TV shows, music and games to enjoy for the duration of your flight.
No matter if you’re flying at breakfast time or when the sun is setting, we’ll serve you up a delicious hot meal when you pre-book from our internationally-inspired menu. You can also buy light snacks and drinks from our trolley throughout the flight.
Your trip to Lucknow will begin at Dubai International Airport (DXB). From the city centre it’s a quick transfer – you can either hop on the bus, book a taxi or catch the Dubai Metro to Abu Hail, the nearest station to Terminal 2. Ample short and long-stay parking is also available at the airport if you’d prefer to drive.
We have three check-in options available at Dubai (DXB) so you can pick the one that’s most convenient for you. If you’d prefer to do it in advance, you can use our online service and download your boarding pass onto your phone. Alternatively, you can sort your tickets when you arrive at the airport, either at a self-service kiosk or at one of our desks.
With the paperwork sorted and your bags dropped off, head through security into the departures lounge. Before you’re called to board, spend your time browsing the duty free shops or grabbing some food from one of the many cafes or restaurants.
Less than four hours later you’ll touch down in India at Lucknow Airport (LKO), sometimes referred to as Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. The transfer time is just 30 minutes. You can jump in one of the taxis waiting outside the terminal or take one of the shuttle buses which head towards the bus and train stations. If you’d prefer to explore on your own terms, hire a car with flydubai.
Experience a slice of India’s history in this unsung destination in northern India. Turrets, minarets and colonial mansions form the skyline of Lucknow, evidencing its rich heritage. Trace the city’s roots at Bara Imambara, a grand 18th-century tomb with an intriguing maze of long dark corridors and an enormous vaulted central hall. The exotic gardens and ruins of the British Residency are another must-see site with dramatic tales to tell. This 19th-century complex was the setting of the 147-day Siege of Lucknow which took place during India’s First War of Independence. After a day of sightseeing, sample local Awadhi-style cooking, feasting on succulent kebabs, Murgh Awadhi Korma and spicy chaat. Whether you’re a history buff or foodie, there’s so much to see and do in Lucknow.