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Flydubai Will Sell Tickets At UAE Post Offices

Flydubai has partnered with Emirates Post to sell tickets through post offices across the UAE.   Emirates will act as selling agent for Dubai’s budget airline, via the phone, internet or in person at 121 post offices.  They will take reservations, accept payment and change booking  information. 

Flydubai CEO Al Gaith said “Our aim is to change the way people travel by making the process simple, convenient, and hassle free.”  CEO of Emirates Post said they will put in place an electronic network connecting all post offices with the flydubai reservation system. 

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