It is usually used exclusively for Emirates flights, but a codeshare partnership between the two airlines has opened up the space.
The operations are due to start on Sunday December 2, following earlier announcements from flydubai regarding its partnership with Emirates.
It goes beyond codesharing to a number of initiatives spanning commercial, network planning, airport operations, the alignment of the frequent flyer programmes and an enhanced customer journey.
The flights that will leave from Terminal 3 are to Belgrade, Bishkek, Bucharest, Catania, Dushanbe, Helsinki, Krakow, Prague, Rostov-on-Don and Salalah, although they will continue to depart from Terminal 2 until the changeover at the beginning of December.
These destinations were chosen to help improve the connection between Emirates and flydubai and further flights will be added in the summer schedule in 2019.
Passengers who have booked to travel to these destinations from this period will receive information from flydubai in advance of their date of travel informing them of the change in flight number and terminal.
His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman of flydubai, said: “Last July, we announced the extensive codeshare partnership which has seen Emirates and flydubai work closely together to offer customers unmatched opportunities to travel.
“As part of this next phase flights to ten flydubai destinations will operate from Terminal 3 optimising connectivity for their passengers from the world’s busiest airport.”
Dubai International Airport, Garhoud, www.fludubai.com.