Articles Tagged ‘flydubai’
flydubai to compete with parent Emirates and other airlines on Tehran sector and Iran Aseman Airlines on Mashhad link.
flydubai, which recently turned five years old, adds services to Yemen’s seaport city.
flydubai makes Kandahar its second route in Afghanistan, joining existing thrice-daily services to Kabul.
flydubai’s new route to Thiruvananthapuram makes India its third biggest market by destinations served.
While Emirates is the biggest player in Dubai, the role of flydubai should not be overlooked. Launched just five years ago it now serves over 70 destinations in over 30 countries using a fleet of over 30 737-800s. We reveal which are the leading country markets for the airline, and which of the top 12 […]
flydubai now serves five cities in India. Delhi and Kochi services started this week.
Hamad International Airport opening signals start of new era in Qatar; seven new Qatar Airways routes to launch in next three months
Doha’s stunning new Hamad International Airport finally opened officially for passenger services last week. Qatar Airways operated a VIP flight to mark the opening, followed by flydubai with the first commercial service. We look at how monthly traffic has grown in the last five years, and which new destinations have been added in the last […]
flydubai makes Hofuf its 11th network point in Saudi Arabia, and the third new route to the Middle Eastern country in the last year.
Last week’s winners of the ‘Arch of Triumph’ racked up the biggest score of the competition so far. Quite rightly the fire crews at Dubai Al Maktoum are proud of one of the first awards that the fledgling airport has received.
Maldives welcome new services from AirAsia X, Cathay Pacific Airways, flydubai, Korean Air and Tigerair Singapore in the last 12 months
Located just 600 kilometres south-west off the tip of India, the Maldives are a popular destination for global holidaymakers. We look at how Malé Airport, the main international gateway, has blossomed in the last 12 months after the government re-took control of the airport’s management and operations.
Bahrain’s home carrier Gulf Air has completed its network consolidation and is returning to new route growth in 2014 — good news for the country market which has not only had to deal with the restructuring of its biggest airline, but also the loss of its second carrier, Bahrain Air, last year too.
An impressive 1,275 airframes were delivered to worldwide airline customers by Airbus and Boeing last year, turning 2013 into a record year, Boeing delivered 649 aircraft and wins the race for the second year in a row.