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Flydubai adds more routes to its summer schedule

Posted 27 April 2017 · Add Comment

Flydubai is adding Batumi in Georgia, Qabala in Azerbaijan and Tivat in Montenegro to its summer network.

The flights will operate from June to September 2017, creating a network of 93 destinations in 44 countries for the Dubai-based airline. This reflects the growth and maturity of flydubai which since 2015 has added 18 new destinations.

“At Flydubai we remain committed to providing our passengers with a variety of destinations to travel to, especially during the summer season,” said Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer. “The decision to launch our seasonal routes to complement our existing network is a direct response to customer feedback and we hope our passengers enjoy what these hidden gems have to offer.”

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