Posted on: 01 March 2010 by Ross McSweeny
flydubai has announced two new GCC routes to Kuwait City and Muscat, which will take the carrier’s network to thirteen routes, four of which now go to GCC countries.
Both destinations will get a double daily service from Dubai with the flights to Muscat beginning on Sunday 28 March and the Kuwait service starting two days later on 30 March.
“A strong GCC network is at the heart of flydubai’s strategy in this region so Kuwait and Oman were natural choices to be our next two destinations,” declared Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai. “Both are old friends of the UAE and we are deeply committed to strengthening our links further by providing the friendly low-cost air service with the lowest prices that flydubai is becoming known for. We have worked closely with the authorities in both countries and we are very appreciative of the help and support they have given us. We look forward to continuing to work with them to provide a service that will be of benefit to all parties.”