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Flights to Dubai and Hotels in Dubai

Flight Only Deals to Dubai

London Heathrow
from £399
23 Oct for 6 nights
London Heathrow
from £415
23 Oct for 6 nights
Manchester
from £428
26 May for 12 nights
Dublin
from £500
23 Sep for 13 nights
Birmingham
from £565
1 Apr for 11 nights
London Heathrow
from £625
23 Oct for 6 nights

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Once you’ve decided Dubai is the destination for you, it’s time to explore the many ways of getting there, and most importantly, the best accommodation for your budget, location and duration.

Flying to Dubai is simple. Airports all over the UK have regular scheduled flights, and a range of airlines flying to the Emirate ensures that prices are competitive. Regardless of whether you want to fly first thing in the morning or last thing at night, you’ll find an airport and airline to meet your needs.

Dubai was once an expensive, once-in-a-blue-moon holiday, but since its popularity has sky-rocketed, flights are cheaper and run regularly – to the point where a weekend break in the Middle East is easily done!

Carriers that fly direct to Dubai from the UK include:  Emirates, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Royal Brunei Airlines and Qantas. Indirect services are operated by Qatar Airways, KLM and a range of other airlines. It’s possible to fly to Dubai from airports all over the UK and Ireland, including Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow and Dublin.

With Dubai’s time zone standing at only four hours ahead of GMT, jet-lag is almost non-existent, meaning every holiday can begin as soon as the place touches down on the tarmac.

On arrival in Dubai, the choice of hotels and accommodation is staggering. Levels of service, hygiene, comfort and style vastly outweigh many top destinations around the world, and choosing one place to stay for an entire holiday can be difficult!

From budget to boutique, Dubai has a vast array of hotels, suiting different budgets and holiday plans. Booking in advance is recommended, especially during peak season, which tends to be between November and April.

Flights to Dubai

Flights to Dubai

With a flight time of less than seven hours, and a broad range of airlines offering reasonably priced fares, getting to Dubai has never been easier.

Airlines Serving Dubai

Airlines Serving Dubai

Holiday-makers flying to Dubai from the UK are spoilt for choice when it comes to airlines. Everyone from British Airways to Qantas has regular scheduled flights.

Direct Flights to Dubai from UK Airports

Direct Flights to Dubai from UK Airports

Flying from London isn’t a prerequisite to exploring Dubai: Airports a lot closer to home may have flights to the Emirate instead.

Cabin Classes

Cabin Classes

Flying in style is the best way to enter the Emirate – it’s not known as the millionaires' playground for nothing.

Airports Serving Dubai

Airports Serving Dubai

With the centrally-located Dubai International Airport, plus airports further afield, no matter what a holiday has in store, you’ll be able to get as close as you need to your final destination.

Where to Stay in Dubai

Where to Stay in Dubai

Dubai has enough to fill a weekend or a few weeks: it’s a lively hub of shopping, sports, style and sun.

Accommodation in Dubai

Accommodation in Dubai

From budget hotels to 7-star luxury, accommodation is plentiful and can adapt to any budget or taste.

Dubai Airport Transfers

Dubai Airport Transfers

Finding your hotel when you touch down in Dubai couldn’t be easier, with a range of transfer and meet and greet options.

Getting Around Dubai

Getting Around Dubai

From walking or taking the Metro, to hopping on a dhow or taking a taxi, getting around Dubai is as exciting as the sights themselves.

Dubai as a Stopover Point

Dubai as a Stopover Point

Stopover in style in Dubai before venturing on to some breath-taking destinations.

Twin and Multi-Centre

Twin and Multi-Centre

Why go home once your holiday in Dubai is over? There are plenty of exciting states to visit right on the Emirate’s borders.