Dubai-based carrier launches operations to 10 popular seasonal summer destinations between June and September 2024,  offering passengers a selection of stunning destinations to discover from 14 June. This summer, flydubai is growing its seasonal summer network this year with ten unique destinations including Batumi, Corfu, Dubrovnik, Mykonos, Olbia and Santorini and also features flydubai’s latest seasonal summer destination, Sochi.

Whether passengers are looking for an adventurous city break, a relaxing beach getaway or an immersive cultural trip, flydubai’s seasonal summer destinations cater to everyone.

Batumi, Georgia

Located in a natural bay of Black Sea, Batumi is a charming, sunny sea resort loved by many as a perfect summer holiday destination. Locals and visitors alike enjoy endless beaches, strolls along the city’s boulevard, lush green parks and alleys lined with palm trees, cypresses and magnolias and of course delicious local cuisine offered at the many authentic Georgian restaurants.

Escape the summer heat with a trip to magnificent Makhuntseti Waterwall in Adjarian mountains just 30 km away from Batumi. After crossing the 9-century Makhuntseti bridge that leads you to the waterfall, you can enjoy a swim in the cool pool or just sit back and have a cup of coffee in the nearby café overlooking the lush greenery of the mountain view.

Bodrum, Turkiye

Bodrum is a stunning coastal city located in southwestern Türkiye, overlooking the Aegean Sea. It is renowned for its beautiful beaches, crystal-clear waters, and rich cultural heritage. The city has a long and fascinating history, having been founded by the ancient Greeks and subsequently inhabited by the Romans, Ottomans, and various other civilizations. In addition to its rich cultural heritage, charming villages, and diverse attractions, Bodrum also offers a wide range of activities and attractions, such as water sports, boat tours, and shopping.

Bodrum has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. Summers can be very hot, so pack light and breathable clothing. Bodrum is renowned for its delicious Turkish cuisine, with many restaurants and cafes serving up local specialities such as kebabs, meze platters, and fresh seafood.

Mykonos, Greece

Those looking for some rest and relaxation at the beach can take their pick among flydubai’s seasonal summer destinations in Greece. Mykonos is a beautiful Greek island located in the Aegean Sea, known for its stunning beaches, charming villages, picturesque windmills, and enthusiastic vibe. It’s a popular destination for travellers from all over the world, especially those looking for a luxurious and glamorous vacation. It offers a holiday experience like no other, with its stunning beaches, unique Cycladic architecture, whitewashed buildings, blue-domed churches, fantastic seafood, and romantic resorts.

Mykonos experiences a Mediterranean climate, characterized by mild and rainy winters, as well as hot and dry summers. During the peak season, Mykonos can become very busy, so it’s advisable to plan ahead by booking your accommodation and activities in advance to avoid any disappointment. The island has a rich culinary tradition, offering a variety of fresh seafood, delectable Greek salads, and local delicacies like kopanisti (a spicy cheese spread). It’s recommended to indulge in the local cuisine and explore the island’s culinary scene.

Santorini, Greece

Santorini, also known as Thira, is a Greek island located in the Aegean Sea. It is a world-renowned destination and a popular stop on any Greece itinerary. Santorini is famous for its iconic blue-domed churches, stunning sunsets, white-washed buildings, deep sapphire roofs, and pristine beaches. Santorini is an ideal destination for romantic getaways, honeymoons, and relaxing vacations.

Santorini has a Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers and mild and rainy winters. Santorini is a popular tourist destination, so it’s important to plan your trip well in advance and book your accommodation, activities, and transportation in advance. Try the local cuisine, especially fresh seafood, Greek salads, and local specialities such as tomato fritters and white eggplant.

Corfu, Greece

Corfu, one of the biggest and greenest islands of the Ionian Islands, offers much more than its recognisable blue waters and sandy beaches. However, Corfu’s layers of history may be discovered almost anywhere – thanks to old churches, a few scattered ruins, and museums. There is no better place to begin exploring the island than its old town, a UNESCO World Heritage site with some of the most beautiful tourist spots.

Take an exciting day tour by boat and visit two of Greece’s most iconic islands, Paxoi and Antipaxoi. Visit the fascinating Blue Caves and learn about the significant mythological history and capture the miracle of nature. Swim in the crystal blue waters of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean at Voutoumi Beach. Discover the cultural heritage of the capital town of Gaios and wander the narrow streets of this picturesque town and taste the local cuisine.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik’s Old Town with its medieval walls and terracotta roofs is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has garnered much attention as the backdrop for several Hollywood productions. Enjoy Dubrovnik’s charming cafes or take a dip in the crystal-clear waters off the Dalmatian coast.

Make the most of your visit to Dubrovnik and take a road trip to historic Mostar in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina. Venture towards the restored Stari Most, Old Bridge, a stunning UNESCO heritage site, which looks like it was plucked from the pages of a fairy tale.

Olbia, Sardinia, Italy

Olbia, a captivating gem on the island of Sardinia, enchants with charm, natural beauty, and a vibrant culture. Discover pristine beaches, clear waters, and Mediterranean life. Explore ancient ruins, savour traditional cuisine, and bask in the sun. With a rich history, stunning landscapes, and friendly locals, Olbia invites you to uncover this Mediterranean paradise.

Discover the wonders of nearby islands and coves from Olbia’s port as you set sail on a boat excursion, exploring the picturesque Maddalena Archipelago with its pristine beaches and crystal-clear waters, or opt for a scenic coastal cruise to unveil hidden gems along the way. If you prefer to stay on land, take a day trip to the Tiscali archaeological site nestled in the Supramonte mountains, where you can marvel at the well-preserved Nuragic village concealed within a cave, offering a fascinating glimpse into the ancient life of Sardinia.

Sochi, Russia

Nicknamed the ‘Summer Capital of Russia’, Sochi abounds with sport, active recreation and eco-tourism opportunities. Famous for its fruit markets, this city is also home to the world’s northwesternmost tea plantations. From mountainous coastlines and gushing waterfalls to historical sites and vibrant nightlife – Sochi is home to more than 400 hotels, resorts and holiday camps. After it was selected to host the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, Sochi was transformed into a modern leisure haven.

Located 40 kilometres from Sochi, Krasnaya Polyana is a popular state reserve that hosted the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. It offers exciting paragliding, ice-skating and snowmobiling opportunities. From here, you can also gaze at the magnificent panorama of the Western Caucasus. Krasnaya Polyana enjoys pleasant weather all year round. Its sunny winters make it ideal for both skiing and sunbathing.

Tivat, Montenegro

Located in the Bay of Kotor in southwest Montenegro, this charming coastal town with its newly redeveloped first-class marina is one of the sunniest places in the region, attracting flocks of tourists from around the globe each year.

Take a day trip to Kotor, another beautiful coastal town of Montenegro just 12 km away from Tivat. Situated in the secluded tip of Kotor Bay, the town’s winding cobbled streets, medieval churches and ancient buildings make it a must-visit place on your trip to Montenegro.

Flights details for the ten destinations starting from 14 June 2024


Airport Code



Launch Date


Business Class fare

Economy Class fare





14 June – 01 September

04 weekly flights

AED 9,380

AED 3,055





14 June – 22 September

03 weekly flights

AED 13,000

AED 2,740





14 June – 08 September

Daily flights

AED 13,000

AED 2,400





14 June – 01 September

Double daily flights

AED 11,980

AED 1,800





14 June – 07 September

04 weekly flights

AED 11,100

AED 2,120





14 June – 08 September

04 weekly flights

AED 13,000

AED 3,055





15 June – 31 August

02 weekly flights

AED 13,000

AED 3,405





15 June – 31 August

02 weekly flights

AED 9,380

AED 3,055





16 June – 08 September

01 weekly flight

AED 13,000

AED 3,055





23 June – 01 September

03 weekly flight

AED 10,005

AED 2,505

Passengers can choose to book a holiday package with Holidays by flydubai, which provides a one-stop-shop where customers can choose from a variety of specially curated winter holiday packages, including flights and hotels with the option to add on excursions, car rentals and much more.

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