Flydubai has now resumed services to 44 destinations across Africa, Europe, Central Asia, the GCC and Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent.

The Dubai-based airline also continues to introduce additional frequencies and adjust flight times to improve connectivity across its network.

The Maldives is the carrier’s latest destination, with the first flight touching down in Male’ on October 27, marking the start of an up-to-four-times-weekly service.

The airline has witnessed growing demand for flights to the Maldives since the new route was introduced and will operate daily flights to the destination during the peak seasonal holiday period, from December 17 2020 until January 18 2021. The four-hour flight from Dubai arrives in Male’ at a convenient time to provide improved connectivity for onward travel by seaplane.

In terms of recently upped flight frequencies, Flydubai now serves Sarajevo four times weekly and Najaf three times weekly and from November 9, will serve Erbil six times weekly. The airline is also operating a twice-weekly service to Zanzibar.
flydubai is offering COVID-19 cover to all passengers until November 30, including health expenses and quarantine costs if they are diagnosed with COVID-19 during their trip.

In the UAE, the carrier has also partnered with Aster DM Healthcare and NMC Healthcare to offer passengers PCR testing at special rates when they present a valid flydubai booking confirmation along with their Emirates ID or passport copy.
flydubai has redesigned the passenger experience to provide a safe environment with a focus on minimising crew and passenger contact.