Flydubai to relocate seven operations to Terminal 3 in DXB

The relocated operations will bring the number of destinations operated out of Terminal 3 to 22.

Flight relocations to Terminal 3 for flydubai passengers
Flight relocations to Terminal 3 for flydubai passengers

Dubai-based carrier flydubai will be relocating seven flight operations from Terminal 2 to Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport (DXB), officials announced.

From 27 October 2019, flights to Almaty, Basra, Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro, Nur-Sultan, Sofia and Zanzibar will operate from Terminal 3. Flights to these destinations, before 27 October, will continue to operate from Terminal 2. 

The seven relocated operations will bring the number of destinations operated out of Terminal 3 to 22. 

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flydubai’s senior VP of airport services, Alex Mackenzie said: “As our partnership with Emirates continues to grow, the addition of these seven destinations to Terminal 3 builds on the success of last year’s move and provides more opportunities for us to optimise connectivity for our passengers. By working closely together, Emirates and flydubai are able to offer passengers even more options to travel and to connect from the world’s busiest airport.”

Passengers booked to travel to these destinations will be able to check-in for their flight at the business class and economy class desks in the departures area of Terminal 3. 

Passengers who have booked to travel to these destinations from 27 October will receive communications from flydubai in advance of their date of travel, informing them of the update to their travel itinerary.

Other flydubai services will continue to operate from Terminal 2.

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