Pursuant to the decision issued by the General Authority of Civil Aviation, the flights of the fly dubai passengers will remain suspended until Thursday 4 June, as part of the precautionary measures and measures being implemented to counter the Corona virus.
It continues to focus its efforts on return trips home only and the movement of commodities through its network and beyond, and flydubai pointed out that while it will continue to operate more freight flights only during this period, return trips will be subject to government approval, and travelers should coordinate with their embassy and follow-up with her.
Flydubai has not canceled all flights on its schedule and cancellations are in line with the decision issued by the General Authority of Civil Aviation.
Since the travel instructions came into effect on March 24, the company has transported more than 1,651,929 kg of freight including perishable items, medical supplies, express mail and essential goods.
Flydubai has operated 276 flights to 26 countries to transport goods, and the company has obtained government approvals for the operation of 90 special repatriation flights over the past few weeks, as more than 12,532 passengers were able to return to their homes in 19 countries on flydubai flights
To: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Croatia, Egypt, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Pakistan, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Somaliland, Sudan, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.
Chief Executive Officer of Commercial Operations at flydubai Hamad Obaidullah said:
"Air cargo operations remain our focus during the next few weeks. We have worked closely with our strategic partners to enable flydubai to transport goods as smoothly as needed, while adhering to safety standards established by industry and the World Health Organization."