Flights to Dubai

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Last minute flights to Dubai

Departure Fri, 28 Jul Return Thu, 03 Aug
TLV Tel Aviv
DXB Dubai
return from £590
Departure Sun, 30 Jul Return Sat, 05 Aug
YYZ Toronto
DXB Dubai
return from £1,056
Departure Mon, 24 Jul Return Sat, 29 Jul
FIH Kinshasa
DXB Dubai
return from £536
Departure Sun, 30 Jul Return Tue, 15 Aug
LOS Lagos
DXB Dubai
return from £499
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Trips to Dubai

Dubai travel

Dubai is an indirect result of petrol dollars - a desert economy fuelled by oil revenues. It is a glamorous metropolis glistening with skyscrapers, luxury hotels, giant malls, a thriving nightlife and international cuisine. For thousands of years, the emirate was nurtured by fishing and pearls until the discovery of oil in 1966. With a population comprising many expats, the city has evolved into a multi-ethnic society that is simply delightful with traces of this fusion evident everywhere in the city from its posh restaurants to upscale boutiques. It comes as no surprise that flights to Dubai are on the rise as the city becomes popular with travellers.

Things to do and places to see in Dubai

Join the crowds out to enjoy points of interest the city, whether you are a foreigner living there or just visiting for a day or two. Believe it or not, Dubai offers everything from sun and sea to desert and city jungle. Spend a day at the beach, have fun at the dunes or visit a Bedouin camp. Indulge in some retail therapy, climb the world's tallest building for magnificent views or visit chaotic souks for fun. There are loads of cheap tickets to Dubai that you can book so you can savour a rich Dubai experience.

When visiting Dubai, be sure to:

  • Go downtown and admire the tallest building in the world, the imposing Burj Khalifa
  • Indulge in a food trip and sample world cuisines, from Filipino and Thai to French and British
  • Soak up the sun at the famed Jumeirah Beach and Black Palace
  • Stroll along the Dubai Marina and check out the many restaurants and bars
  • Shop or window shop at the multi-awarded Dubai Mall which boasts 1,200 shops and boutiques
  • Be part of the local culture and visit a traditional gold souk where tons of gold are available for sale
  • Book an oasis tour to appreciate the desert and dunes
  • Hop in an abra and cross the Dubai Creek
  • Hit the slopes in the desert at in indoor ski resort
  • Head to the bars, pubs and discos for a party you will not forget
Dubai

Dubai airports

Cheap flights to Dubai touch down at Dubai International Airport. It is the main airport serving Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. It is considered the world's third busiest airport with 6,500 flights per week. The airport is divided into three terminals: 1, 2 and 3. Other facilities include a car park, dining facilities, banks and currency exchange and duty-free shops.

  • Dubai International Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers flying at this airport are: Emirates, British Airways and Qantas Airways.

    Location

    The airport is located approximately 4.5km east of the city centre.

    Transport options

    There are several ways to get to Dubai International Airport: bus, taxi, metro and car. The Dubai Metro is fairly easy to use and trains are frequent. It passes through terminals 1 and 3. The metro stations are connected by taxis and buses for further travel. To use the bus, purchase a Nol card before embarking as you cannot pay in cash. Take bus no F55 to reach the Ibn Battuta Metro Station or the F55A to the Satwa Bus Station. Transport between terminals are free of charge using the airport shuttle.