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Flydubai to add third Syrian city to its network

April 27 -  Flydubai has announced that it will launch flights to Latakia, Syria, in June. This will be Flydubai’s third Syrian destination after Damascus and Aleppo and the airline’s fifth new route this month.
Flights will operate four times a week and the service will begin from June 20, thus upping the airline’s network to 18 destinations. Prices for Latakia will start from Dh350 for one-way fare.
"Thanks to flydubai, Dubai's growing Syrian expatriate population and the 500,000-strong community in Latakia now have even better access to quality, safe and low-cost air travel,” said Chief Executive of the airline, Gaith Al Gaith.
 

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