Discover a world of waterside beauty when you book flights from Dubai to Port Sudan with flydubai. Looking out over the Red Sea, this coastal destination unlocks some of the most exciting diving in the world - ideal for nature lovers and adventurous holidaymakers alike.
We have up to two flights per week leaving for this African destination, landing in Port Sudan New International Airport (PZU) in just over two hours. Take a seat in our Economy Class cabin or treat yourself and upgrade to a luxury Business Class seat.
When it’s time to board, our friendly crew will welcome you into our bright, modern Economy Class cabin. Relax in your ergonomically-designed seat and flick through our inflight magazine as we taxi to the runway. Once we’re in the air, you can settle down to watch a movie, choosing from more than 2,000 hours of inflight entertainment on your personal HD touchscreen. From comedies to Bollywood classics, you’re sure to find something that catches your eye in our action-packed library.
Our team will make their way through the cabin with our snack trolley, serving light bites and refreshments to all our passengers as we soar through the clouds. If you’d like something more substantial, you can also pre-book a delicious hot meal from our inflight menu. Popular dishes include Spanish omelette, butter chicken curry and vegetable croquettes. Book your meal up to 24 hours before your flight.
We have 12 seats in our exclusive Business Class cabin, offering total comfort and relaxation to our guests. Sit back in your Italian-leather seat, recline and enjoy the extra legroom afforded to you. If you’re travelling for work purposes, you can take this opportunity to get productive. Fold out your desk and connect your laptop to our speedy inflight WiFi, replying to emails and checking documents ahead of your meetings.
However you choose to spend your time in the air, our attentive service and home comforts will make sure you land in Port Sudan feeling refreshed and ready for the adventures that lie ahead.
Make your way to Dubai International Airport (DXB), heading to our check-in desks in Terminal 2. There are a number of options for check-in at Dubai (DXB), including our flydubai desks, self-service machines and online, which you can complete before you set off to the airport. Our online check-in service is clear and easy to understand, confirming your details and downloading a copy of your boarding pass between 48 hours and 90 minutes before your flight.
If you’re travelling with hold baggage, you will need to visit our check-in desks to drop it off. However, if you have hand baggage only, you can check-in online and skip the queues altogether, proceeding straight to security with your digital boarding pass.
Once you’ve made your way through security, Business Class passengers are invited to relax in our Business Lounge, exploring both floors of this exclusive area. You can catch the latest headlines on our LCD TVs, enjoy a cheese plate in the bistro and connect your devices to our complimentary WiFi. When it’s time for your flight to board, our staff will ensure you’re at the gate in good time.
Our Economy Class passengers can wait for the boarding gate to be announced in the main area of Terminal 2, browsing the expansive duty-free shops and picking up a refreshment from one of the cafes and restaurants on offer. This award-winning airport is jam-packed full of activities to keep travellers entertained.
When you land in Port Sudan New International Airport, you’re only around half an hour from the city. Head through customs and collect your hold baggage, then you can hail a taxi or catch the bus and get started with your Sudanese adventure.
Known as the Red Sea City, Port Sudan is a coastal destination with an exciting array of maritime activities. If you’d like to relax, you can lie back and soak up the rays on the palm-lined beaches. Adventurers can pull on their flippers and explore mesmerising diving spots which lie beneath the waves - including Sanganeb reef, where you’ll find curious caves, vibrantly coloured coral and hammerhead sharks. Once you’ve dried off, head to the bustling fish market and enjoy a freshly caught dish at the Sea Side Restaurant. Then venture inland to the Meroë Pyramids, a fantastic sight which almost rivals the Valley of the Kings in Egypt with its splendour.