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Flydubai Cuts Fares 50 Percent Through December 15

Flydubai announced it is cutting fares 50 percent on all flights until December 15th, beginning on Tuesday.  During this period passengers can book one way fares to and from Dubai at half price including all taxes and one piece of hand baggage.  The company also reduced the price of flights transferring through Dubai by 20 percent  during the sale. Bookings must be made by 11:59 pm on December 15th for travel between January 7th and March 27th.


One way flights from Dubai can be purchased for as little as AED125 to Beirut, Amman, and Bahrain, and AED100 to Doha.   Flights to Aleppo, Damascus, Dijibouti, Khartoum, Baku, and Kathmandu are also available at the reduced price.   CEO of flydubai, Ghaith Al Ghaith, said “The flydubai sale is an important part of our business strategy and will continue to be a regular feature.  Our previous two sales have generated a huge amount of excitement and interest and we expect the same from this one.”

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