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Flydubai celebrates its 10th anniversary at Arabian Travel Market

Posted 1 May 2019 · Add Comment

Flydubaiís participation at this yearís Arabian Travel Market (ATM) coincided with the start of the celebrations for the carrierís 10th anniversary.

 

The airline, which started operations on 01 June 2009, marked this occasion with the launch of a new website for passengers to share their memories. 

Ghaith Al Ghaith, Flydubai’s chief executive officer said: “Flydubai has come a long way since its first flight in 2009. Our agility, our profound understanding of the evolving passenger needs and our commitment to open up previously underserved markets has enabled us to enhance our business model and product offering to become the airline we are today.”

He added: “We were established with a mandate to provide convenient, reliable and affordable travel services with the aim to remove barriers to travel, create free flows of trade and tourism and enhance connectivity between different cultures. We remain true to that mandate and today 71 of our destinations had no or very few direct airlinks from the UAE. Serving these markets enables a population of 1.5 billion the opportunity for more convenient travel, access to an international aviation hub as well as making their countries more accessible to the world,” added Al Ghaith.

In celebration of ten years of Flydubai, the airline has launched a dedicated website www.comeflydubaiwithus.com which provides a platform for all passengers to share their favourite Flydubai travel memories.

“As we are celebrate our 10th anniversary this year, I would like to look back at some of our key achievements and acknowledge the hard work and efforts of our extremely committed and reliable team here at Flydubai.  The growth and success of our airline wouldn’t have been possible without them,” said Al Ghaith.

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