DXB Dubai flights - flights to and from Dubai International Airport
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Flights to and from Dubai
Many airlines have flights to Dubai in addition to all
those transit flights going through Dubai. UAE based carriers flying from Dubai and other UAE airports include:
- Air Arabia started operations in 2004, flies out of Sharjah International Airport - a "no-frills" airline.
- Eastern Express - new (in 2011) airline operating out of Fujairah ... maybe (was previously called Al Hajar Air)
- Emirates Airlines is the Dubai based carrier operating out of Dubai
- Etihad Airlines started operations in 2005, flies out of Abu Dhabi International Airport.
- Fly Dubai is a new low cost carrier (LCC) flying out of Dubai Airport DXB Terminal 2 from mid 2009.
- Gulf Air is a Bahrain-Oman (80:20 split from 01 May 2007) airline and has flights from Bahrain, Muscat, Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Abu Dhabi was a partner but pulled out in 2006.
- Jazeera Airways is a Kuwaiti airline which started to use Dubai as a hub for direct flights to some destinations from early February 2007.
- Kang Pacific was supposed to start flights out of Fujairah, and did apparently. Once.
- RAK Airways - started flights in April 2008, stopped in December 2008, restart date October 2010, operates out of Ras
Al Khaimah International Airport.
Passenger Airline Flights to and from Dubai International Airport (DXB)
A 24 February 2010 report in Emirates Business 24/7 quoted Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, as saying "At present we have 130 airlines operating from Dubai International to 220 destinations. As for this year, we are still talking to a number of airlines. So far, we have got China Eastern Airlines." List of airline companies operating flights to and from Dubai International
Airport include (with destination cities, and start dates):
- Aer Algerie - Algiers, Beirut
- Aer Lingus - Dublin
- Aero Asia International - Faisalabad, Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore,
- Aeroflot - Moscow-Sheremetyevo
- Aerosvit Airlines - Kiev
- Air Afrique
- Air Astana -
Alma Ata / Almaty ALA & Astana TSE - Update: flights changed to Abu Dhabi Airport (AUH) from 31 October 2010, Moscow SVO
(from July 2007?)
- air Baltic - see airBaltic below
- Air Berlin (Airberlin) - Berlin 3x weekly (03 04 Nov 2010). Air Berlin hub being transferred to Abu Dhabi from 15 January 2012 as a result of Etihad Airways increasing its stake in airberlin (news reports 19 December 2011).
- Air Blue - Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore
- Air Canada
- Air China - Beijing
- Air France - Paris-Charles de Gaulle
- Air India - Ahmedabad, Calicut, Jaipur (28 Oct 2007), Kochi, Lucknow (28 Oct 2007), Madras, Mumbai, Nagpur (24 Sep 2007), New Delhi, Pune, Trivendram, Visakhapatnam (Vizag) (from 27 March 2012).
- Air India Express IX (budget) - their website says Amritsar,
Chennai, Delhi, Kozhikode, Kochi, Mangalore, Mumbai, Thiruvananthpuram,
Tiruchirapally. Schedule (Oct 2007) lists COK, CCJ, TRV, IXE, ATQ,
DEL, PNQ, BOM, TRZ, MAA. Ahmadebad (08 Oct 2008). Srinigar (14 Feb 2009).
- Air Nepal International - Kathmandu
- airBaltic - Latvia - Riga to Dubai from 26 Dec 2006 till
24 Mar 2007, weekly flights on Sat), www.airbaltic.lv.
- Alitalia - Milan-Malpensa
- Alnaser Airlines / Al Naser Airlines - Baghdad (Iraq) to Dubai flghts started early May 2010 according to 12 May 2010 report in Emirates Business 24-7. Al Nasar Airlines is an Iraq based carrier, operating in a joint venture with
FK Gryphon Airlines. AlNasar Airlines website only lists flights between Baghdad, Kuwait, and Najaf as of 12 May 2010, no further information about flights to Dubai found.
- Angola Airlines Company (TAAG) - Angola (started May 2008). Flights suspended after a TAAG Boeing 777 made an emergency landing en route to Dubai in January 2011 - an engine caught fire shortly after takeoff. GSA in UAE is
- Ariana Afghan Airlines - Kabul
- Armavia (Terminal 1) - Yerevan
- Asseman Airlines (Iran)
- Austrian Airlines - Male, Vienna (daily, Boeing 767). Free transport available from Abu Dhabi and Al Ain. First flight 27 March 1996 Boeing 737 1x weekly DXB-VIE.
- Azal Azerbaijan Airlines - Baku
Air - Manama (03
Feb 2008) - note that their website is www.bahrainair.net, not www.bahrainair.com.
- Biman Bangladesh - Dhaka
- British Airways - London Heathrow
- CamairCo (Cameroon) - Doula (under consideration for late 2011). Banned from European airspace in 2005, went bust in 2008, rebranded/relaunched in 2010 or 2011 (Reuters 28 March 2011).
- Caspian Airlines (Iran)
- Cathay Pacific - Bahrain,
Bangkok, Mumbai, Hong Kong
- China Eastern Airlines (2010)
- China Southern Airlines - Beijing, Guangzhou
- Condor Airlines - Frankfurt (03 Nov 2008 - 18 Apr 2009) winter flights only, on Tue, Thu, Sat.
- CSA Czech Airlines - Colombo, Prague. Report in the Gulf News 11
Dec 2006: news that flights to Prague will be cancelled from 06 January
said from January 2010). Flights to Colombo were not mentioned
but are bound to be cancelled also. Update - flies from Abu Dhabi Airport (AUH), not Dubai?
- Cyprus Airways - Bahrain, Larnaca. Update - flies from Abu Dhabi Airport (AUH), not Dubai?
- Daallo Airlines - Djibouti
- Delta Airlines - Atlanta Georgia ATL (from 01 Jun 2007)
- Djibouti Air - first flight announced 04 March 2011, flights 6x per week
Djibouti to Dubai.
- Dragonair - Bangalore (from 01 May 2008)?
- Egypt Air - Cairo
- Emirates Airlines (EK) (separate page)
- Ethiopian Airlines - Addis
- Falcon Express
- FlyDubai (separate page)
- FlyGeorgia (Fly Georgia) - Tbilisi (3x weekly on Su, Th, Th, starting 03 Jan 2013, business and economy class, to and from Terminal 1 at DXB). General Sales Agent (GSA) in Dubai is DNATA. Not the same as, or related to, Airzania Georgian Airways (which doesn't fly to the UAE as of end 2012, as far as we know).
- Finnair - Helsinki
- Garuda Indonesia - Jakarta-Dubai-Amsterdam (01 June 2010), other destinations planned from Jakarta via Dubai might include Frankfurt, London, Paris, Rome.
- GMG Airlines (Bangladesh) - Dhaka (01 Feb 2008)
- Gulf Air - Bahrain, Muscat
- Hainan Airlines - moved hub from Dubai to Abu Dhabi (WAM 11 Dec 2012)
- Indian Airlines - Hyderabad, Madras, New Delhi, Jaipur, Calicut
- IndiGo Airlines (Indian budget airline) - Delhi (01 September 2011), Mumbai (02 October 2011) with promotional return fares of INR 9999 according to press release 14 June 2011.
- Iran Air - Bandar Abbas, Isfahan, Shiraz, Tehran-Imam Khomeini
- Jat Airways - Beirut (?), Belgrade via Larnaca (suspended 30 Oct 2011, relaunch 26 Mar 2012). Update - Dubai not included in 23 March 2012 Summer Schedule announcement?
- Jazeera Airways from February 2007 - direct to Bahrain, Beirut
(late 2007?), Cochin - see Kochi, Delhi - see New Delhi, Khartoum (cancelled from 01 Jun 2009), Kochi (cancelled from 01 Jun 2009), Kuwait, Maldives (Nov 2007, Sun/Tue), Mumbai (cancelled from 01 Jun 2009), Muscat, New Delhi (cancelled from 01 Jun 2009), Salalah (cancelled
from Dec 2007 ... or 01 Jun 2009?), Sanaa (cancelled from 01 Jun 2009). Connect via Kuwait to Alexandria,
Amman, Beirut, Jeddah (27 Oct 2007), Mashhad, Riyadh (27 Oct 2007),
Sharm El Sheikh, Tehran.
- Jet Airways -
Chennai (23 Apr 2009), Hyderabad (16 Aug 2009), Kerala (under consideration), Mumbai (23 Aug 2008), New Delhi (23 Aug 2008).
- JetLite (India) Ltd - Jet Airways budget airline subsidiary. Flights
possibly from India West Coast from March 2008.
- Jubba Airways - Aden, Bosaso, Dubai, Djibouti, Hargesia, Mogadishu, Sanaa
- Kam Air (T2) - Kabul
- Kang Pacific - new airline expecting to fly from Fujairah International
Airport from October 2007, initially flying to Bangladesh, India, Philippines,
Sri Lanka and the UK. A cross between full-service and budget airline,
whatever that means. Every second meal is free?
- Kayala Airlines - Jeddah, Riyadh (daily flights from 08 February 2009). Operates permium services from Dubai Airport T1 to private terminals in Saudi Arabia. Aircraft operated is Airbus A319 Corporate Jet with 44 seats. Part of Nas Aviation Group.
- Kenya Airways - Guangzhou, Nairobi
- Kingfisher Airlines - Bangalore (BLR), India. Daily flights dep BLR 1815, arr DXB 2055, dep DXB 2210, arr BLR 0345 (next day). First flight Thursday 25 June 2009. Dubai-Mumbai and Dubai-Delhi flights start 24 April 2010. Update 01 Oct 2012 - Bloomberg reported that Kingfisher airlines cancelled all flights amid increasing debt and losses, and extended employee absences. No official comment from Kingfisher seen. Unknown when or if flights will recommence.
- Kish Airlines (Iran)
- KLM - Amsterdam
- Korean Air - Cairo, Seoul-Incheon
- Kuwait Airways - Kuwait City
- Libyan Arab Airlines - Tripoli
- Lufthansa - Abu Dhabi, Frankfurt, Munich
- Mahan Airlines - Tehran-Imam Khomeini
- Malaysian Airlines - Beirut, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur
- Middle East Airlines - Beirut
- Mihin Lanka - Colombo (from April 2007), GSA: www.omingaintl.com. From 09 December 2012, Mihin Lanka will operate to and from Terminal 1 (previously Terminal 2).
- Naft Airlines
Air Shuttle (NAS) - Oslo (Oct 2008), Stockholm (Oct 2008)
- Olympic Airways - Athens, Kuwait
- Oman Air - Beirut, Muscat, Salalah
- Onur Airlines - Istanbul
- Pakistan International Airlines - Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Moscow-Sheremetyevo, Multan, Nairobi, Peshawar
- Qatar Airways - Doha
- RAK Airways - flies out of Ras Al Khaimah
- Royal Brunei - Bandar Seri Begawan, London-Heathrow
- Royal Jordanian - Amman
- Royal Nepal Airlines - Kathmandu
- Safi Airways -
Kabul (10 Dec 2007), Kandahar, Mazar-e-Sharif. Changing from T2 to T1 from 15 July 2009
- SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) - Copenhagen (01
Nov 2007 - 31 Mar 2008)
- Saudi Arabian Airlines - Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam
- Shaheen Air - Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar
- Siberia Airlines (S7) - Moscow-Domodedovo
- Silver Air (not related to SilverJet) - Dubai based but flies from
RAK Airport? Established 2004 as an ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance,
- SilverJet (Silver
Jet), Business Class only to London. Start date of flights 19
Nov 2007, operations suspended 30 May 2008.
- Singapore Airlines - Cairo, Istanbul, Moscow-Domodedovo, Singapore
Wings Airlines (started 16 May 2007) - Prague, Budapest
- SpiceJet (Spice Jet), India - Delhi (25 Jun 2012), Mumbai (25 Jun 2012)
- Sri Lankan Airlines - Colombo, Kuwait, Male - code share flights with Emirates - look for 4 digits
in the flight number eg EK 123 is an Emirates flight, EK 1234 is on
a Sri Lanka plane (usually).
- Sudan Airways - Doha, Khartoum
- Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) - Munich (codeshare with Lufthansa), Muscat, New Delhi (Oct 2007), Shanghai (Oct 2007), Zurich
- Syrian Arab Airlines - Damascus
- Taban Air (Iran)
- Tarom - Bucharest
- Thavria Air Company (Travira Air Company?) - Jakarta? Air charter service. No scheduled flights?
- Thai Airways International - Bangkok, Kuwait, Madras
- Trans Aero - Moscow-Domodedovo - also flies to Abu Dhabi (from 28 Oct 2006)
- Transportes Aereos Portugueses - Lisbon
- Tunis Air - Beirut, Tunis
- Turkish Airlines - Istanbul
- Ukraine International Airlines - Kiev, Kuwait
- United Airlines - Washington DC IAD (26 Oct 2008)
- United Airways (Bangladesh) - Dhaka (10 July 2009) 7x weekly
- Virgin Atlantic - London-Heathrow
- Virgin Nigeria - Lagos
- Wataniya Airways - Kuwait City (2x daily, 24 Jan 2009). Wataniya halted all operations 16 March 2011 "in light of its current financial situations". Passengers stranded in Dubai can transfer to
Jazeera Airways or Kuwait Airways flights at no charge.
- Yemenia - Aden, Bahrain, Dhaka, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, Riyan, Sanaa
Cargo Flights to Dubai
- China Airlines
- DAS Air Cargo
- DHL (Deutsche Post) / Lufthansa - from 2009
- EVA Air Cargo
- Emirates SkyCargo
- Lufthansa / DHL (Deutsche Post) - from 2009
- Midex Airlines (from Al Ain, starting Feb/Mar 2008)
- Pakistan International Cargo
- Polar Air Cargo
- Royal Airlines
- Shaheen Air International
- Star Air
- Tarom Cargo
Private Jet Charters based or from Dubai
- Austrian Business Jet (Austrian Airlines) - from March 2008?
- SkyJet International - offices in Dubai, Hong Kong, London, bought by VistaJet in July 2008
- VistaJet - based in Switzerland, with operations in Dubai and Beirut
Dubai flight updates
- Airberlin (Air Berlin) - Dubai-Berlin flights announced 30 October 2010 (press release). Date of first flight 04 November 2010, 3x weekly. No further information supplied.
- Djibouti Air, new airline being launched end of February 2011. First flight Djibouti Ambouli International Airport (IATA code JIB) to Dubai DXB 03 March 2011? Flights 6x per week from
Djibouti to Dubai using a Boeing 737-200 aircraft (announced 04 March 2011). First flight was originally scheduled for 22 February 2011 (Gulf News 31 January 2011). CEO Shabab Attarzadeh, majority shareholder is Lootah Group in UAE, Djibouti Government is the other owner. Presumably unrelated to Air Djibouti (in operation from 1998 to 2002) or Djibouti Airlines (operated from 1998-2009)? Website www.djibouti-air.com.