Flydubai will operate flights to select destinations from Dubai World Central (DWC) during the temporary closure of Dubai International’s (DXB) northern runway.
The refurbishment project announced by Dubai Airports is scheduled to run for 45 days from May 9 to June 22.
During this period, flydubai will operate flights to 34 destinations from DWC to ensure minimum disruption to passengers’ travel plans.
Flights to five of these 34 destinations will also be available from DXB, while all other flydubai services will continue to operate from Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 at DXB.
Passengers travelling from DWC will enjoy complimentary parking at the airport.
In addition, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will provide a complimentary bus service between all terminals at DXB and DWC every 30 minutes.
Following the completion of the runway refurbishment project on June 22, flydubai will resume its flights to all destinations from Dubai International (DXB).
Here’s the list of destinations operating from DWC during the northern runway refurbishment project. Flights to the destinations marked with an asterisk will be available from both DXB and DWC during this period.
Passengers are advised to check their departure and arrival airports in advance to ensure they have the correct information.
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