Flydubai Cuts Fares By Up To 50% Across 80 Routes Including India


Flydubai of Dubai Aviation Corporation, a government-owned low-cost airline, has slashed its fares across a number of routes, in an apparent bid to stimulate demand after the peak summer travel period.

The airline announced on Wednesday that it is offering up to 50 per cent discount on economy and business class seats for flights from Dubai to more than 80 destinations, including Prague, Maldives, Russia, Georgia, Thailand, India and Ukraine, according to Gulf News.

The sale has already kicked off and flyers have until midnight of September 26, 2017, to avail themselves of price cuts. The discounted fares are for trips between September 15, 2017 and October 27, 2018.

“From today until 26 September you can get big savings on fares. The earlier you book, the greater the discount,” the carrier said. Read More…

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