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Cheap round-trip flights to Dubai

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Reviews from verified customers

Jan 26, 2020

Great experience

Dec 12, 2019


Oct 18, 2019

IAt Dubai the aircraft was parked away from th aerobridge,. All passengers were asked to get down through the ladder and taken by buses. I had an injury and couldn't get down the steps. The flight staff requested the captain. An aero hoist was positioned and I was taken off the aircraft placed on wheel chair, taken to the terminal. Thereafter I was taken off the hoist in a stretcher to airport terminal. At the airport I was taken in a buggy to the airport waiting lounge and again 5sken in a wheel chair to my next flight. It was a stupendous experience. My gratitude and deep appreciation to the airhostess who requested for the air hoist. -Caot and aircrew. - Dubai airport for all the help thereon. I learnt 'It's the Emirates way of doing it superbly and in style'. It was an honour and very warm experience. Truly grateful.

May 20, 2019

WiFi didn't work properly was the only bad point. Despite me following all the trouble shooting methods

Aug 1, 2018


May 29, 2018

Everything good!

Apr 10, 2018

Tv not working

Mar 18, 2018

One of the cabin crew ladies was rude to my neighbor when she gave him the wrong food and tried to get her attention by clicking his finger. Not sure why was she so mad :(

Dec 27, 2017

Didn’t get the seat I originally blocked for my DFW - DBX leg

Dec 20, 2017

Very nice to get an upgrade.

When to book flights to Dubai

The climate in Dubai can be divided into roughly two seasons: hot and hotter. During the European summer months, temperatures in Dubai regularly top 40˚C and humidity hovers around 90%. These toasty conditions are perfect if you’re looking to defrost after a long, cold winter, however they can make walking around, sightseeing and even sunbathing a bit of a challenge.

During the European winter months – November to March – temperatures tumble to a balmy 27˚C and humidity also drops. This makes the season a lot more pleasant for those not accustomed to desert life. January to March is also the rainy season in this Middle Eastern metropolis. However, with precipitation peaking at 1.4 inches in February, you’re unlikely to see many downpours during your stay.

How to find the best flight deals to Dubai

During Dubai’s peak tourist season, flights to the emirate can go up in price with increased demand pushing up costs. In the summer months, flights to Dubai are often cheaper and many hotels in the emirate are quieter. This can make it easier to find cheap flight deals to Dubai and means you’ll get the beach to yourself when you arrive.

Use the Expedia search bar to find a choice of flights to Dubai and to compare prices on the various options available. Simply type your details into the search bar, select your dates and the number of people travelling and you’ll be shown the best value flight options on offer. Choose from direct and indirect flights and use the filters to further hone your results.

Dubai International Airport

Dubai International Airport is positioned very close to the city centre with many hotels located within a 20-minute drive of the terminal. The third busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic, it’s the home hub of Emirates Airline, the national carrier of Dubai. Once you touch down in the emirate you can continue your journey by bus, metro or taxi. Many hotels also offer shuttle services from the terminal so check before you travel.

Which airlines fly to Dubai?

Direct and indirect Dubai flights are available from a number of different carriers.

These include:

  • Emirates
  • Quantas
  • Royal Brunei Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Etihad
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Kuwait Airlines
  • Oman Air
  • KLM
  • Lufthansa

How to get around in Dubai

Dubai has a fairly extensive public transport system, so you should find getting around fairly easy. The Dubai Metro links many of the main hotels with the city’s top sights while trams, buses and water buses connect areas the metro doesn’t reach. Taxis are also readily available in the emirate. But, if you’re based in Dubai Marina, Downtown Dubai, historic Bur Dubai and Deira, you can get around fairly easily on foot as long as the desert sun isn’t too hot.

Must-see attractions in Dubai

The most famous attraction in Dubai is the lofty Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. Standing at a vertigo-inducing 828m, the skyscraper features an observation deck, a high-end hotel, the Dubai Mall, an aquarium, an ice rink and a theme park. The attraction is easily accessible via the Dubai Metro (the red line stops just outside) while a number of hotels offer free shuttles to the world-famous site.

If you want to see a different side of Dubai, visit Bastakia, the city’s old quarter. Built in the late 19th century to house wealthy Persian merchants, the district’s narrow lanes and traditional architecture form a stark contrast to the glitz and glamour of the modern city.

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These prices were available within the past 7 days. Prices quoted are per person, return, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.