Fly to Multan from Dubai in just under three hours with flydubai. Jet off from Dubai International Airport and we’ll take you directly to the Pakistani city in style.
We know convenience, cost, and comfort are important when you travel. To make travel easier, we offer up to 14 flights to Multan every week, so you can pick out the perfect time and date to fly. Our cheap flights don’t compromise on quality and those wanting to up the luxury factor can select one of our reasonable Business Class fares, too.
Our friendly crew will go above and beyond to make sure your journey to Multan is as enjoyable as possible. Sit back, relax and dive into your own personal 12.1-inch touchscreen. It’s packed with hundreds of movies, games, music and TV shows to ensure your journey literally flies by.
Log into our award-winning WiFi to check emails, surf the internet or browse social media. You can also grab a duty-free deal from our onboard shop throughout your flight to Pakistan.
Make sure you arrive in Multan feeling refreshed by pre-ordering a meal or take your pick from the tasty snacks available onboard. Sweet or savoury, there’s something to satisfy every palate.
Begin your trip to Pakistan at Dubai International Airport (DXB). As Dubai’s primary airport, it’s easy to reach - just 15 minutes from the city centre by taxi or car. If you want to take the Dubai Metro, hop on the service to Abu Hail then order a cab to Terminal 2, which is just 2km away from the station. There’s also plenty of parking spaces available at the airport to drive yourself, whether you need a long or short-term stay.
Checking in is simple at DXB, with three different options to choose from. Check-in online to save time at the airport, use a self-service kiosk or let our friendly team check you in at one of our counters. Next, head through to security before enjoying the range of duty free shops, dining options and WiFi in Terminal 2’s departure lounge.
Touchdown at Multan International Airport (MUX), also known as Muhammad Bin Qasim International Airport, and you’re just a 10km journey from the city centre. Taxis are available on arrival as well as local car hire, if you’d prefer to navigate the city on your own four wheels.
Step into a hotbed of history when you visit Multan. Known as the City of Saints, this Pakistani destination is famed for its enchanting shrines and mosques. Fans of Islamic architecture will marvel at the impressive dome of the Shah Rukn-e-Alam shrine and admire the beauty of Qasim Bagh Fort. Don’t leave without viewing the pretty blue-hued pottery, a special Multan craft, at the Institute of Blue Pottery.