flydubai starts flights to two new cities in Iran

by Staff Reporter
flydubai starts flights to two new cities in Iran

flydubai, the Dubai-based carrier, has announced on Monday the launch of direct flights to two new destinations in Iran.

This includes the start of a four-times weekly service to Kish Island from September 7 and a twice-weekly service to Kerman from September 9.

Dubai to Iran flights

Flights to Kish International Airport (KIH) and Kerman International Airport (KER) will operate from Terminal 2, Dubai International (DXB). Emirates will codeshare on these routes, offering passengers more options to connect through Dubai’s international aviation hub.

Flights to Kish International Airport (KIH) will operate four times a week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Flights to Kerman International Airport (KER) will operate twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

Return Business Class fares from DXB to KIH start from Dhs6,620 and Economy Class Lite fares start from Dhs1,400. Return Business Class fares from KHI to DXB start from USD 1,160 and Economy Class Lite fares start from USD 335.

Return Business Class fares from DXB to KER start from Dhs6,620 and Economy Class Lite fares start from Dhs1,400. Return Business Class fares from KER to DXB start from USD 1,140 and Economy Class Lite fares start from USD 335.

Hamad Obaidalla, Chief Commercial Officer at flydubai, said: “We have continued to look for opportunities to open up underserved markets and so we are pleased to offer our customers more convenient options for travel to Iran. flydubai is dedicated to creating free flows of trade and tourism and with Kerman and Kish Island as our newest destinations, we look forward to providing our passengers more opportunities to explore our extensive network.” ​

The carrier recently announced the start of its daily services to Islamabad and Lahore in Pakistan commencing from July 1. Later this year, flydubai is also set to welcome Basel in Switzerland from August 2, Riga in Latvia from October 11 in addition to Tallinn in Estonia and Vilnius in Lithuania from October 12.

Commenting on the launch of flights, Jeyhun Efendi, Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations and E-commerce at flydubai, said: “with the addition of these two routes, flydubai will provide customers with convenient and accessible travel services between both countries, making it easier for customers to connect to Dubai and beyond on our network. Passengers who choose to travel with flydubai can enjoy a personalised experience in Business Class or added comfort in Economy Class on our young fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft.”

flydubai’s Business Class service features lie-flat or reclining seats, international menus as well as hours of immersive inflight entertainment while the carrier’s Economy Class features optimised seats for passengers to sit back and relax.

flydubai operates flights to more than 125 destinations, 90 of which were underserved markets that did not previously have direct air links to Dubai.

tanvir@dubainewsweek.com

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