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Flydubai Releases Summer Schedule For 2010

Budget carrier flydubai released its summer schedule for 2010 yesterday.   Ghaith al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai said “Releasing our 2010 summer schedule well in advance will allow our customers to plan ahead, giving them the opportunity to book early and take advantage of better rates.” 

Reservations can now be made for flights operating to any of the carrier’s eleven routes, through October 30th next year.  The eleven destinations are Doha-Qatar, Amman-Jordan, Baku-Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Alexandria-Egypt, Djibouti-Africa, Damascus, Aleppo-Syria, Khartoum-Sudan, Beirut-Lebanon, and Kathmandu-Nepal.
 

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