You can fly to Naples and Budapest from Dubai in 2019

flydubai announces new flight routes to two major European cities

You can fly to Naples and Budapest from Dubai in 2019

Planning your holidays for 2019? Well now you can get a European city break on the list.

flydubai will be offering direct flights to Budapest and Naples as of June next year, with both flights departing from DXB Terminal 3.

Flights to Naples in Italy will commence on Tuesday June 4, followed by Dubai to Budapest in Hungary from Thursday June 27, with the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircrafts being used for both of the new flights.

The flights to Naples will operate up to five flights a week, becoming the first UAE carrier to offer direct flights.

Daily flights to Budapest will be in addition to the current service offered by Emirates.

“We are delighted to be launching flights to Budapest and Naples,” said Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer of flydubai. “These destinations provide our passengers with more choice on our network while reaffirming our commitment to the vision set by us to create free flows of tourism and strengthen direct airlinks with the UAE.”

Naples is one of the largest cities in Italy and is home to a tonne of cultural attractions and the beautiful Amalfi coastline. Budapest, which is situated on both banks of the Danube river, combines impressive architecture with numerous museums, galleries and its famous thermal baths.

Meanwhile if you're looking for something closer to home, why not check out these hotels due to open in Dubai in 2019?

We’re always ready for a holiday.
Prices vary. From Tue Jun 4 (Naples), from Thu Jun 27 (Budapest). Dubai International Airport, Garhoud,

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