With an astounding new fleet of budget airlines ruling the sky to unlock key routes to this luxurious city, travelers and workers need not break their banks to gain access. Dubai, the momentous centre of tourism and new commerce in the Middle East, has introduced its own versions of Europe’s budges planes to promote entry into the premises from previously unnoticed ports around Europe.
Accommodating an average of 34.4 million passengers each year, Dubai is easily the busiest airport in the Middle East. It handles a multitude of flights connecting the East to the West, and does so with not so much as a trace of sweat.
Home to a blinding hodgepodge of luxurious casinos, hotels, and resorts, Dubai has been a premier destination for tourists from Russia and other parts of the world with high disposable incomes. Hailed as the next city to join the ranks of cosmopolitan London, Paris, and Tokyo, Dubai is a bustling city that bursts into life with its colourful offerings of shopping, culture, and gambling.
With its introduction of low-cost carriers, one need not be brimming at the edge with oil money to visit this famed hub. For those wanting to spend a holiday of wonton elegance in the land of good fortune, flights from key destinations all over the world are available for their convenience.
From the UK: When travelling from the UK, passengers may opt to take Aer Lingus flights to Dubai from Manchester, Birmingham or London Heathrow. The carrier also flies from Shannon and Dublin in Ireland to the Emirate.
From Eastern Europe: Patrons from the Eastern European area have the opportunity to reach the beautiful city through Smartwings and its ever available offerings in Prague, Czech Republic and Budapest, Hungary.
From India: Flying in from India, one can take two options spanning a multitude of possible points of departure. Air India Express offers flights from directs routes to Dubai from: Mumbai, New Delhi, Kochi, Chennai, Amritsar, Pune, Kozhikodi, Mangalore, Thiruvananthapuram and Tiruchirapally.
Jazeera, Dubai’s own, on the other hand, has regular flights from Mumbai, New Delhi, and Kochi of India and Lanarca, Cyprus.
Following the footsteps of Europe’s famed “cattle class” carriers such as EasyJet and RyanAir, Jazeera offers convenience with the stroke of a finger. Internet bookings make up a good bulk of its reservations, and special promotions are likewise given to those who reserve seats extremely early or extremely last minute. Although relevantly cheaper than the major carriers such as Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Etihad, Jazeera nonetheless offers premium quality seats on all its flights for those wanting to travel in some form of luxury.
A new low cost carrier is expected to start flights into and out of Dubai in the near future, a venture of the state owned Emirates group. The new airline is expected to compete with Air Arabia and use primarily single aisle planes, perhaps Boeing 737 jets or the Airbus A320.
Indeed, there is no better way to visit Dubai than now. Whereas other big cities around the world are starting to wind down from their bouts with commerce, Dubai is just on its way to its peak, and it doesn’t seem to want to stop. New York and Paris may want to step aside; Dubai is thirsting for its share of attention, and with its new armistice of carrier jets setting passengers in and around the area, it looks like it’s going to get more than it expects.