Visit the beautiful heartland of Persian culture when you book flights to Shiraz from Dubai. The historic Iranian city is only a short journey from the UAE, with up to three flydubai Boeing 737-800 aircraft heading there every week.
Make the flight a memorable one by booking into our Business Class cabin. On the ground, speedy check-in, a premium lounge and fast-track boarding ensure a smooth airport experience. Once onboard, you’ll fly to Shiraz in a reclining Italian leather seat, ensuring a comfortable ride all the way to Iran.
Buy an Economy Class ticket and enjoy an entertaining flight to Shiraz. Whether you prefer scrolling through social media or indulging in an addictive TV boxset, there’s plenty of things to keep you busy. You can also purchase sandwiches, wraps and snacks if hunger strikes.
Dubai International Airport (DXB) is where you’ll begin your journey to Shiraz. Catch a taxi, ride the bus or hop on the Dubai Metro to nearby Abu Hail station – the journey should only take around 15 minutes. Onsite parking facilities also mean you can drive and leave your car while you’re enjoying your break in Iran.
Check-in at one of DXB’s self-service kiosks or a flydubai desk. If you’d prefer to skip the queues, check-in online before you arrive. The handy service opens 48 hours ahead of your flight to Shiraz and provides you with a mobile boarding pass rather than a paper version. With check-in ticked off, make your way through security and into the departure lounge. Here you can dine, shop and relax before you’re called to board.
Arrive into Shiraz International Airport (SYZ) and the city centre is only a short 15-minute journey away. To get there, catch a taxi from outside the airport or arrange a private transfer.
Once the capital of the Persian Empire, Shiraz remains an important and ancient part of Iran. The charming city boasts historic treasures, lush gardens and cultural wonders that are waiting to be explored. Venture to the dazzling Shah-e-Cheragh Shrine and discover the tomb of brothers Ahmad and Muhammad, sons of Musa al-Kadhim. The shining mirrored tiles adorning the walls of the site make a striking impact. For more outstanding architecture, make your way to Nasir al-Mulk Mosque. The 19th century pink building is exquisite both inside and out, with stained glass, carved pillars and colourful tiling to marvel at.