Flydubai offers 50pc discount on Saudi flights
Dubai, July 2, 2013
Dubai-based budget carrier flydubai is offering its passengers 50 per cent discount on the lowest return fares from Saudi Arabia under a special Ramadan promotion which runs till July 6.
The offer applies to flights from Saudi cities of Abha, Dammam, Hail, Qassim, Riyadh, Tabouk, Taif and Yanbu.
Under this promotion, customers can book their flights before July 6 noon for travel between July 12 and August 3 and get 50 per cent off the lowest ‘pay to change’ return fares.
In its statement Flydubai said the airline welcomes its Saudi visitors to discover the values, culture and heritage of the Holy Month in Dubai or simply take the opportunity to visit family and friends in the city.
Whether you want to shop at world-class shopping malls, watch cultural performances or sample a variety of international foods after sunset, Dubai offers all of this and much more, it stated.
"Dubai is a shoppers’ paradise during Ramadan with extended opening hours at all major shopping malls and department stores, where one can find everything to suit all their shopping needs and plenty of promotions and sales on major international and local brands.
Besides there will be raffle draws and competitions at leading malls offering the customers a chance to take home some remarkable prizes, said the airline in its statement.
Dubai is also a culinary hotspot with a host of international restaurants offering a wide choice of iftars and suhoors for all tastes and budgets. As night falls Dubai comes alive with its Ramadan tents available throughout the city, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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