Flydubai Adds 10 New Direct Flights – Fly To Italy, Greece, Croatia & More This Summer

Summer just got a whole lot more interesting. Flydubai just announced that they have added 10 fabulous new destinations for the summer season, starting June 14th. I won’t keep you hanging for too long, so come with me to find out where they’re taking us this year.

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Making It Happen

Hamad Obaidalla, the Chief Commercial Officer at Flydubai, couldn’t be more thrilled. He said, “At flydubai, we’re all about giving our passengers more chances to jet off, especially during the bustling summer months.” He’s noticed a real buzz around seasonal spots like Bodrum, Dubrovnik, Mykonos, and Santorini. And as the launch date draws near, he’s eager to make sure UAE passengers, as well as those connecting from other places on their network, get to soak up the sun in style.

What Destination Does Flydubai Have This Summer?

1. Batumi, Georgia – 4 weekly flights from 14 June – 01 September

2. Dubrovnik, Croatia – 3 weekly flights from 14 June – 22 September

3. Bodrum, Turkiye – Daily flights from 14 June – 08 September

4. Trabzon, Turkiye – Double daily flights from 14 June – 01 September

5. Tivat, Montenegro – 4 weekly flights from 14 June – 07 September

6. Mykonos, Greece – 4 weekly flights from 14 June – 08 September

7. Olbia, Italy – 2 weekly flights from 15 June – 31 August

8. Corfu, Greece – 2 weekly flights from 15 June – 31 August

9. Santorini, Greece – 1 weekly flight from 16 June – 08 September

10. Sochi, Russia – 3 weekly flights from 16 June – 01 September

Mark your calendars: the fun begins on June 14th, 2024. That’s when these exciting routes kick-off, and trust me, you won’t want to miss out! Visit the Flydubai website to start booking your trips now!

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