Emirates and FlyDubai are offering 2000 Skywards miles to all new signups to their loyalty programme. Here is how to sign up and take advantage of these free miles on offer.
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Emirates and FlyDubai passengers have the opportunity to earn Skywards status at half the number of elite status miles required. Here is how you can get to Emirates Gold in no time.
Are flights to the UAE open you asked? From July 12 to 26, there will be an extensive number of flights being operated by Emirates, Etihad, Air Arabia, FlyDubai, Air India Express, IndiGo and SpiceJet to take Indians back to the UAE and vice-versa.
Flydubai, UAE’s low cost carrier, will be adopting Emirates Skywards frequent flyer programme on August 1, 2018. Read on to find out how this affects you and why this is a good thing.
Flydubai is offering free companion tickets for travel from Dubai until June 10, 2018. Take your pick of 36 destinations and pack your bags!
FlyDubai, the boutique carrier based out of Dubai is offering a solid 50% off sale from 8 Indian cities to Dubai and beyond in Business Class. This makes for some great fares you might want to book now for a trip. Check out all the details inside.
FlyDubai is a low cost carrier based in Dubai, and owned by the Government of Dubai. FlyDubai operates a Boeing 737 fleet to 83 destinations around the Middle-East, Central and South-East Asia. FlyDubai operates from Mumbai (today onwards!), Delhi, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Kochi, Lucknow and Thiruvanthanapuram to Dubai (and onwards). Now, FlyDubai is offering a special 25% off if you book a roundtrip from India to Dubai, and register on their Facebook page, from where they send you a special 25% discount code. Now, tickets to Dubai from India are usually cheap, and FlyDubai is selling them for about INR 15000 from Mumbai without discounts. With the discount code, you can further make it INR 12000, which is a very good…
An interesting development is taking place in Saudi Arabia, something at least I haven’t heard of in another part of the world so far. Saudi Arabia’s Aviation department is considering a move to open up the domestic skies to foreign carriers who may want to operated in Saudi Arabia, to create new capacity in the 27 million strong market for flying. Till so far, the Middle-East country only has Saudi Arabian as a full-service carrier, and Nas Air as the secondary carrier. A third carrier sama shut down last year after huge losses. As per reports published in the ArabNews and The National, the Kingdom is proposing to initiate a tender process in January 2012, which will allow various airlines…