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The data of the flydubai website showed that the airline’s regular flights are available for reservation in both directions to the majority of destinations within its global network, as of Thursday, May 21.

A spokesman for flydubai company told Emirates Today that the flight restrictions are still in effect until further notice, pointing out that the carrier is currently operating return flights that facilitate the travel of visitors and residents wishing to return to their countries, as well as cargo flights Air, indicating that all flights announced by the company are subject to government approval.
The data of the flydubai website showed that the airline’s regular flights are available for reservation in both directions to the majority of destinations within its global network, as of Thursday, May 21.
The spokesman added that the carrier canceled regular flights to book on the website until May 20, adding, "But we have not canceled all flights on our schedule."

He continued, "We continue to monitor developments," adding that "further cancellations will be announced when necessary." In the event that the air travel suspension decisions are extended.

He stated that "the refunds are in line with our terms and conditions, and will be in the form of a flydubai voucher with a validity period of up to 12 months, or customers can return reservations to a later date."