FlyDubai Has Opened Shuttle Services Bookings For FIFA World Cup At Dh947

by Deeplata Garde
FlyDubai Has Opened Shuttle Services Bookings For FIFA World Cup At Dh947

Due to the high demand predicted for the FIFA World Cup, airfares from the UAE to Qatar have surged, with economy class rates increasing by approximately 1,900%. After Gulf airlines, flydubai announces shuttle planes for the venue. These planes will fly between Dubai and Doha and we are hoping for economic prices. This initiative will allow supporters to fly in from neighbouring locations and alleviate Doha’s lodging shortage.

Partnership Between Qatar And Other Gulf Airways

Qatar and other Gulf Airlines have collaborated to produce these flights to provide football fans convenient travel alternatives to the games. The tournament is set to take place between November 21 to December 18. The tournament might draw 1.2 million tourists or nearly half of Qatar’s conservative population. And the country is primarily expected to undergo posing logistical and enforcement challenges. And flydubai has come to aid the situation by providing more flights for this route. It will provide up to 30 daily return flights between Dubai and Doha for the duration of the competition.

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Flydubai Flight Deals And Packages For Fifa

Round-trip match-day shuttle flights will start at $258 (Dh947) for the economy and $998 (Dh3,665) for business class. The packages cover free transit between the Doha airport and the stadiums, as well as a hand baggage allowance. There might be a chance of air traffic due to the huge number of flights available each day. Hence, guests should book a flight that lands in Doha at least four hours prior to the start of the match. Passengers should also enrol for their Hayya card (Fan ID) ahead of time. This will be necessary for travel on all shuttle flights as well as entry into Qatar. The airline’s fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft will fly these routes.

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