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Flydubai to start services to Egypt and Afghanistan

April 19- Flydubai will launch its services to Kabul, Afghanistan and Luxor, Egypt, from May 17 and May 19 respectively. Flights to the Afghan capital will start from AED725 and will be five times per week, whereas flights to Luxor will be from AED350 and will be thrice a week.
Speaking on the occasion, Ghaith al Ghaith, CEO of Flydubai, said: "It is great to be able to announce another two routes today. This brings our network to 17 destinations and continues our commitment to make travel a little less complex, a little less stressful and a little less expensive and ensure more people travel to more destinations more often.”
 

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