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Flydubai partners with Booking.com

Posted 6 July 2016 · Add Comment

Dubai-based Flydubai is partnering with Booking.com adding a wide range of hotels and other accommodation options to its website Flydubai.com.

Hotels.flydubai.com is powered by Booking.com and is designed to help passengers find the perfect stay that suits their preference and budget from over 954,000 accommodations world-wide. Passengers are able to browse other guests’ reviews and book flexibly with a range of payment options.

Ramesh Venkat, chief information office, Flydubai, said: “With this website, we are able to offer our passengers even more options when travelling with Flydubai, making it easier for them to organise their holidays or business trips. With Booking.com, we will offer one of the largest accommodation databases in the world and we are pleased to be able to extend these numerous opportunities to our customers.”

 

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