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Flydubai announces new fare structure offering passengers more choice

Posted 13 December 2018 · Add Comment

Dubai-based Fydubai has launched new fare types offering passengers more choice when travelling in Economy.

 

The new fare types weremade applicable for all bookings made from 02 December onwards and allows passengers to choose between Lite, Value and Flex bundles designed to cater to their different travel needs and budget. 

Passengers travelling in Business continue to benefit from great value for money with the existing business class fares that include a generous checked-in baggage allowance, meal options from an internationally inspired menu, complimentary inflight entertainment and many other add-ons.

Hamad Obaidalla, chief commercial officer at Flydubai said: “As we enter a new chapter of the airline’s maturity we remain committed to innovation and meeting the changing demands of our customers. The new fare restructure is the latest in a series of product innovation by Flydubai which has seen the introduction of an award winning new cabin interior on the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, a brand-new uniform, the launch of Holidays division and Emirates Skywards become our new rewards programme.”

“We recognise the challenges and the opportunities that come from operating in such a diverse network. Passengers travelling on Flydubai to Muscat, Moscow or Helsinki have different travel needs and preferences and the new fare types will help enhance their flydubai experience by simplifying the booking journey and offering the option to choose between unbundled or bundled packages,” added Jeyhun Efendi, senior vice president commercial operations and E-commerce.

 

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