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Flydubai adds two more destinations to its network

Dubai’s first low-cost, budget airline, Flydubai has added Kuwait and Muscat as two new destinations, thus doubling its GCC network. This move will bring Flydubai’s network to 13 routes. Flights to Muscat will start on March 28 and to Kuwait on March 30.

“A strong GCC network is at the heart of Flydubai's strategy in this region so Kuwait and Oman were natural choices to be our next two destinations. Both are old friends of the UAE and we are deeply committed to strengthening our links further by providing the friendly low-cost air service at the lowest prices that Flydubai is known for,” said Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of Flydubai.


Flydubai operates from Terminal 2 of the Dubai International Airport.
 

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