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New Route of the Day (24 June 2022): flydubai between Dubai and Pisa


flydubai (IATA code FZ) launched a new European service on Friday 24 June. It now connects Dubai and Pisa in Italy with 3-weekly (Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays) flights using its 737 MAX 9s. the 4,540-kilometre is not served by any other carrier. This is currently the Italian airport’s only non-stop service to the Middle East. Qatar Airways began daily service to Pisa from Doha in August 2016, but this route has not been operating since the start of the pandemic.

What they said

Ghaith Al Ghaith, CELO at flydubai, said: “We are excited to launch our third point in Italy this summer with our inaugural service to Pisa. Our strong business model and growing fleet have enabled us to offer passengers from across our network more choices for travel, and we can expect Pisa to be a popular destination for travellers from the UAE and GCC to discover the beauty of the Tuscany region. The start of flydubai operations to Pisa also reflects our commitment to opening up previously underserved markets and providing direct air links to Dubai. We look forward to welcoming our passengers on board.”

Marco Carrai, Chairman of Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A., said: “Today we inaugurate the connection between Pisa and Dubai and the beginning of the collaboration with the flydubai airline. We are facing a unique opportunity for the future development of our region. We are proud as Toscana Aeroporti to contribute to increasing the tourist and economic opportunities of our territory and to make Tuscany stronger through the restart and expansion of its airports.”

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Third route to Italy

flydubai will this summer serve three destinations in Italy in total, with Catania (3-weekly) and Naples (4-weekly) its other routes. The new route to Pisa is the airline’s longest European route this summer, beating Prague (4,470 kilometres) by 70 kilometres.

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