Could flights from Dubai to Australia with flydubai be on the cards?

With its new destination wish list unveiled at Arabian Travel Market 2024, flydubai is showing off its bold ideas and might just take you on your next life-changing experience.

With the goal of “flying more people, more places, more often,” flydubai, the low-cost sister airline of Emirates, initially served a primarily local and regional market when it first started operating in 2009. Over time, however, it gradually expanded its reach.

The airline has undoubtedly succeeded in doing so; since its founding, it has carried over 100 million passengers to over 125 locations in 58 different countries.

But there are always more regions of the world to explore, and the airline has some ambitious intentions to broaden its horizons. And it’s because of the airline’s November 2023 Dubai Airshow order for thirty Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. The possibilities are endless once they join the fleet.

FlyDubai CEO Ghaith Al Ghaith shared with attendees at Arabian Travel Market 2024 where he would like to see the Dreamliners and the airline travel next.

“To fly us farther and into new markets will be the main goal of the Boeing 787,” he declared. “I envision Bangkok, Thailand, and London, Europe. Perhaps even to Australia, which the Dreamliners’ remarkable range will allow us to accomplish.

In addition to being wider-bodied than the airline’s present fleet of Boeing 737s, the new 787-9 Dreamliners can reach locations that are currently unavailable to flydubai passengers.

The airline now flies to Pattaya, Thailand; Penang, Malaysia; and Zurich, Switzerland; nevertheless, with the arrival of the new twin-aisle 787-9s, it will be able to reach much farther, to Australia, greatly broadening its global network.

This is where flydubai is going this year while we wait for the new Dreamliners to arrive:

flydubai’s new 2024 routes:

  • Georgia’s Batumi
  • Turkey’s Bodrum
  • Greece’s Corfu
  • Croatia’s Dubrovnik
  • Malaysia’s Langkawi
  • Kenya’s Mombassa
  • Greece’s Mykonos
  • Italy’s Olbia
  • Malaysia’s Penang
  • Latvia’s Riga
  • Italy’s Santorini
  • Estonia’s Tallinn
  • Montenegro’s Tivat
  • Turkey’s Trabzon
  • Lithuania’s Vilnius

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