July 1, 2022

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"Fly Dubai" opens door for bookings for "match-day" flights at the World Cup

“Fly Dubai” opens door for bookings for “match-day” flights at the World Cup

Flydubai has announced that match day flights between Dubai and Doha for the World Cup (Qatar 2022) are now available for booking on its website. Football fans have convenient travel options to watch the World Cup, which runs from November 21 to December. 18, 2022.

A press release said: “Throughout the competition, flydubai offers 30 daily round-trip flights between Dubai and Doha, giving passengers maximum convenience when choosing their flights. These flights will allow ticket holders to fly freely. Enjoy the football environment in Dubai and Doha and return to Dubai on the same day.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of Flydubai, said: “We are pleased to partner with Qatar Airways and other partner national airlines at GCC to facilitate travel during Qatar-hosted competition, exploring both hospitality and the rich culture of our region. As conducted, we are proud to see more people entering this partnership between Dubai and Doha to share their football interest.

The statement said: “Tour flights start at $ 258 in economy class and $ 998 in business class, ensuring a seamless travel experience. Passengers are advised to choose the flight arriving in Doha at least four hours in advance for the kick-off time of the match and for their Hya card (fan card) before their flight. ) Will need to book because it will require travel for all “match day flights” to enter Qatar.

Match Day flights operate from Al Maktoum Airport (Dubai World Central) and are exclusively available to ticket holders.

For travelers who do not have competitive day tickets, Flightboy’s scheduled flights between Dubai International Airport and Hamad International Airport will continue to operate according to their regular schedule during this period.

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