Flydubai has unveiled plans to launch a double daily service to Thailand’s capital city, Bangkok, in November.
Bangkok is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, offering holidaymakers a variety of attrac
Flydubai is partnering with Booking.com, a leader in online travel booking, adding a wide range of hotels and other accommodation options to its website flydubai.com.
Hotels.flydubai.com is powered by Booking.com and is designed t
Flydubai has announced the addition of two new flights a week between Dubai and Bucharest and will now fly daily to the Romanian capital.
“We are delighted to announce our daily flights to and from Bucharest,” sa
Flydubai has unveiled plans to launch daily operations to Prague,Czech Republic, from July 1, an increase from the current four weekly flights.
With this additional frequency, flydubai will operate a total of 49 flights a week to
Dubai-based flydubai’s Cargo division recently received the award for “Cargo Operator of the Year” at the 10th annual Supply Chain and Transport Awards (Scata).
The award recognised flydubai Cargo’s growth
One month since the tragic loss of flight FZ981, flydubai has launched its memorial website http://withgreatsadness.com/en.
The website commemorates the memory of the passengers and crew of flight FZ981 and collects the thoughts a
A Flydubai passenger plane crashed in Russia last month after being flown in a contradictory manner minutes before it smashed into the ground, a statement from investigators said on Friday, suggesting pilot error was to blame.
Flydubai said the safety and welfare of its crews were of primary importance following media reports of fatigue among its pilots, and advised against speculation over the circumstances of last week's deadly crash in Russia.
Russian state transport agency Rostransnadzor has started checks on budget airlines, TASS news agency reported on Wednesday.
Russian investigators are currently examining the flight recorders from a plane operated by Dubai-based budget
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ordered officials on Monday to examine whether Russia's flight safety rules need to be tightened up after a passenger jet crashed in southern Russia killing all 62 people on board.