Emirates expands network with flydubai partnership

Thanks to the flydubai network expansion, you will easily connect to more than 250 destinations via the Emirates route network. 

This offers clear advantages with regard to baggage transfer. If you’re travelling from an Emirates destination and connecting onto flydubai, your baggage will be checked through to your final destination. And you’ll also get your boarding pass for your connecting flydubai flight. If you’re travelling from a flydubai destination and connecting onto Emirates, your baggage will be checked through to your final destination. Depending on your connecting flight, you’ll either receive your Emirates connecting boarding pass when you check in with flydubai, or at the flydubai transfer desk.

If you land at Terminal 3 of Dubai International (DXB), you can make use of the coach service to go directly to the Terminal 2 departure gates for your connecting flydubai flight. To earn Skywards Miles and Tier Miles on flydubai flights, you can book your journey via Emirates and combine an Emirates and a flydubai flight.

And if you’re an Emirates Skywards Silver, Gold or Platinum member, you can enjoy selected benefits on connecting flydubai flights, such as flydubai Business Class check-in, additional checked baggage, bonus Skywards Miles, and priority baggage delivery.

You can find more information about this partnership on the Emirates website or you can contact our Travel Consultants. They’ll be happy to provide you with more information or assist you in booking your ticket. 

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