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DXBNBO Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time MTWTFSS 5h 5m & Non Stop Book now

DXBNBO Kenya (KQ 305) Check Time MTWTFSS 5h 15m & Non Stop Book now

DXBCMN Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time M------ 16h 35m & 1 Stop Book now

DXBLON Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time MTWTFSS 17h 10m & 1 Stop Book now

DXBAMS Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time MTW---S 15h 30m & 1 Stop Book now

DXBKRT Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time MT----- 24h 50m & 1 Stop Book now

DXBADD Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time -TWT-SS 7h 55m & 1 Stop Book now

DXBEBB Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time -TW---- 11h 25m & 1 Stop Book now

DXBMRU Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time -T----- 16h 10m & 1 Stop Book now

DXBDAR Kenya (KQ 311) Check Time MTWT--S 11h 15m & 1 Stop Book now

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About Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways Ltd is commonly known as Kenya Airways is the flag carrier of Kenya and was founded in 1977 after the dissolution of East African Airways. The main hub of this airline is situated at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with head office located in Embakasi, Nairobi. In 1955 it was fully owned by Government of Kenya but in 1996 it came in hand of private sector and currently it is successfully running under a public-private partnership. The largest shareholder of Kenya Airways is Government of Kenya which own 29.8% of its share and KLM which own its 26.73% stake in the company. The rest shares are owned by private owners. The shares are traded in the Nairobi Stock Exchange, the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange, and the Uganda Securities Exchange.

This airline is widely considered as one of the leading Sub-Saharan operators and in January 2013 it was ranked 4th among the top ten ones that operate in Africa by seat capacity after South African Airways. It covers more African destinations than any other carrier. In 2005, Kenya Airways became the first airline in sub-Saharan Africa to achieve the IOSA certification (IATA Operational Safety Audit), a rigorous safety standard. In 2010 again it achieved the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO).

About Dubai (DXB)

Dubai will lead you into a historical sojourn like no other place in the world. The primary history of this city’s establishment is not that well documented; however, research suggests that this land is close to 4,000 years old. Modern Dubai has evolved from fishing populations, which existed along the coast of the Arabian Gulf during the 1830s. The Dubai Creek was an ancient port of trade, very busy during times of trade between Indus Valley and Mesopotamian civilizations. The historic finds that give us insight into this ancient city lie preserved as artefacts in the archaeological section of the Dubai Museum.

Dubai is the second largest emirate among the seven that exist as the United Arab Emirates. It is located on the southern shore of the Gulf. The city is known to house one of the world’s most curated experiences. A bustling metropolitan steeped in culture and tradition, Dubai is the epitome of the amalgamation of western luxury and mid-western morals. The region is characterized under “desert vegetation” for a reason, for the temperature here remains high all year long. Dubai enjoys a sub-tropical, arid climate. Large populations of expats live here, including Arab, Asians, and European.

 

How to reach Dubai

 

By Air – The main airport in Dubai is the Dubai International Airport. All major airlines fly to this airport on a daily basis. Emirates Airlines is the preferable and national carrier that operates flights to Dubai. The Sharjah International Airport is another important node here, although only a few airlines land and take off from there. A taxi ride from the airport to the main city costs about 50 Dirham.

 

By Bus – Daily buses connect Dubai to the other emirates. The Emirates Express plies on a frequented route from everywhere in the Emirates, including Sharjah, Ajman, Masafi, and Abu Dhabi.

 

By Road – One can drive from Oman to Dubai across the international borders without needing a permit or fee upon entering Dubai; however, an exit fee of 3,000 Omani Rial will be charged upon leaving Oman. Make sure you retain the slip as the receipt must be produced during the return trip.

 

What to do in Dubai

 

A few decades ago, Dubai was a land of strong winds carrying the desert soil over and about the vast cityscape. It used to be a land of sparsely scattered skyscrapers. Presently, however, it is a widely populated metropolitan, which houses post-modern tall buildings, and within the alleys, retains the charm of the Old Dubai Town. It is the perfect amalgamation of tradition and modernism. Explore the city, which is referred to as one of the most affluent in the world, soaking in the olden culture of the Arabs alongside the buzzing nightlife that’s on offer.

Whether scouring the city’s popular spots, like visiting the traditional establishments, modern architectural marvels, a man-made beach and the best flea markets in all of the Emirates, tourists to Dubai have a many options to choose from:

Burj Khalifa

Dubai Deira Fish Souk

The Dubai Mall

Old Souk

The Dubai Fountain

Palm Jumeirah

Dubai Creek

Naif Souk

Alserkal Art District in Al Quoz

The Grand Mosque

Kite Beach

Dubai Marina

The Desert

Meena Bazaar

Al Fahidi

IMG Worlds of Adventure, indoor theme park

The Dubai Canal

Madinat Jumeirah

Dubai Opera

The Walk at JBR

Dubai Safari

Jumeirah Beach

Marina Beach

Jumeirah Mosque

Many operators offer private safaris across the wildlife and desert attractions in the vicinity. For night safaris, tourists are taken to an area 20 minutes away from downtown Dubai.

Apart from safaris, ATV tours, camel rides in the dunes, and hot air balloon rides are also popular activities most enthusiasts.

 

Major Airports in and near Dubai

 

The main airport in Dubai is the Dubai International Airport. This airport connects Dubai to other emirates as well as major international destinations. All international flights to Dubai land here.

 

MakeMyTrip offers a wide range of flights to Dubai. One can easily use the website to book a flight to Dubai or from Dubai, with the major airport being a hub to domestic and international airlines. MakeMyTrip flights to Dubai can be availed at highly discounted rates during festivals and off seasons.