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flydubai Bookings Surge

Dubai’s first low cost carrier, has seen their flight bookings soar to 6,000 during the first 24 hours from Monday night.  Twenty four per cent of all flight bookings were for flights arriving in Dubai. 

Flydubai CEO said “for bookings to have reached more than 6,000 between midnight on Sunday and Midnight last night is quite incredible.”  Ghaith Al Ghaith said a flydubai sale began on Sunday, 21 June at 23:59 pm and will end on 30 June 2009.  Bookings are subject to seat availability.   Prices for flights start at only Dh125 and include all taxes and one piece of hand luggage weighing up to 10kg.   Tickets can be booked through the flydubai website – www.flydubai.com the call center - +9714 3010800, or selected travel agents.  
 

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