Fly to Sialkot from Dubai and explore Pakistan’s industrial heartland. Jetting off from the UAE, it takes just over three hours to reach the Punjabi destination.
With up to eight flights between the two cities every week, planning your travel to Sialkot is easy. Paired with affordable Economy Class airfares, you can get great value for your money when you choose to fly with flydubai.
Once in the air, your journey will soon whiz by. Get comfortable in your ergonomically-designed seat and enjoy entertainment at your fingertips. We’ve packed your 12.1-inch personal touchscreen with movies, games, music and TV shows, watch Hollywood blockbusters or while away time listening to the latest tunes. Connect to our award-winning onboard WiFi to keep in touch with your buddies as you fly or simply surf the internet.
As you’re flying for more than 90 minutes, you can enjoy a delicious meal during your flight. Simply pre-order a dish from our globally inspired range of cuisines 48 hours before you board. If hunger strikes during your flight, you can also indulge in a selection of snacks and refreshments available for purchase from our onboard menu.
Embark on your trip to Sialkot starting from Dubai International Airport (DXB). Conveniently located near the city centre, DXB is easy to reach and there are plenty of transport options available. Take a taxi, bus, drive yourself or hop on the Dubai Metro to the nearest station Abu Hail, only 2km away from Terminal 2.
Checking in is a breeze at DXB. You can do it online before you arrive between 24 hours and 90 minutes prior to departure - all you need to do is choose your seat and print off your boarding pass. If you’d prefer to check in at the airport, you can either use one of the self-service kiosks or go to our counters where a member of our team will help you. Then head for security and into the departures lounge to relax ahead of your flight to Sialkot.
Arrive into Sialkot International Airport (SKT) and you’ll be in the city centre within 35 minutes. Taxis are easily available outside the airport terminal or you can opt to rent a car.
Nestled at the foot of the Kashmir hills, Sialkot is a hotbed of history. Dive straight into the city’s heritage at the tomb of Iman Ali-ul-Haw and venture along its labyrinth of corridors to find eerie shrines of saints. Back outside, wander the narrow alleys of the old city and head for a lively shopping experience at the bustling bazaars. No trip to Sialkot would be complete without a dose of greenery – venture to Marala Headworks for bird watching and picnicking by the Chenab River.