Flying your kids from Dubai to Europe just for Dh1 may sound unrealistic, but Dubai-based carrier Flydubai is promising to give you a deal in the price of a vanilla ice cream cone at McDonald’s.
If you fly with kids from Dubai to one of Flydubai’s six destinations in Europe this summer, you get a chance to take your kids for just Dh1.
To avail of this offer you need to book before noon on Sunday, June 21, to fly between June 25 and August 31, 2015, excluding travel between July 16 and 24, 2015.
The offer is valid for return economy class flights from Dubai to Belgrade, Bratislava, Prague, Skopje, Sofia and Zagreb.
Note that the accompanying Dh1 child ticket can only be claimed when one full fare adult ticket is booked and paid for. Taxes and surcharges will, however, apply to the child ticket and must be paid at the time of booking, adding to the cost.
Once booked, if you do make any itinerary changes, the child will be charged at the standard available adult rate so be sure of your travel plans if you want to take advantage of the offer.
Etihad, the national carrier of the country, promises to offer super deals in its business and economy class to some of their popular destinations. Under the offer, you need to book until June 21, 2015, for travel until October 31, 2015.
A return economy flight to Bahrain will cost Dh705, to Beijing Dh2,505, to Jakarta Dh2,095, to Singapore Dh2,355, to Manila Dh2,275 and to Phuket for Dh2,975 among several other destinations on offer.
Qatar Airways too is running its mid-summer sale. It gives a chance to save up to 25 per cent on business class travel to some select destinations. You need to book by the June 18 to get this discounted offer.
Sharjah’s budget carrier Air Arabia is also offering web exclusive 48-hour deals. Tickets are priced as low as Dh349 to select destinations from Sharjah & Ras Al Khaimah. You can fly to Colombo and Beirut for Dh749, to Alexandria and Karachi for Dh799 and to Islamabad, Lahore and Peshawar for Dh899. Tickets need to be bought by the end of day today (June 16) for travel until July 10.