Where to travel in 2023: 10 new flight routes from the UAE

Get inspired for your 2023 travels…

Already wondering where those long weekends will take you in 2023? Whether it’s a city break, a beach escape or a bucket list destination, with two-thirds of the world within an eight-hour flight from the UAE, there’s still plenty to explore. And as regional airlines add more routes, those new destinations will keep getting closer.

Here are 10 exciting new airlines launching in 2023 to inspire you on where to fly this year.

Abu Dhabi to Ankara, Turkey with Wizz Air Abu Dhabi

Almost two years since its launch, Wizz Air Abu Dhabi has added another destination to its exceptionally low-cost airline. From January 19, you can fly from the UAE capital to the gastronomic city of Ankara in Turkey every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Bargain price prices start from Dhs149. But a trip to Ankara is not just about food, great food, this cosmopolitan capital of the Central Anatolia region is known for its excellent retail therapy, as well as its cultural institutions. It is a renowned center for the performing arts, home to the State Opera and Ballet, the Presidential Symphony Orchestra and several national theater companies.

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Dubai to Krabi, Thailand with flydubai

tell me Savasdi Kha One of the most beautiful islands in Thailand, flydubai departs from 20 January to Krabi. A daily flight from Dubai to Krabi takes 6 hours and 20 minutes, landing passengers in a haven of natural beauty that offers rugged beaches and dense mangroves. A beautiful backdrop for adventure. Return flights start from Dhs 3,000.

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Dubai to Pattaya, Thailand with flydubai

Effective January 20, flydubai has added another direct flight to Thailand to its ever-growing network, offering a daily flight from DXB to Pattaya. This beach resort, distinguished by its resorts and hotels overlooking Pattaya Bay and its lively atmosphere, is a two-hour drive from Bangkok, so it’s the perfect opportunity to tick off two cities at once on a longer trip. Return flights start from Dhs2,850.

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Dubai to Milan, Italy with flydubai

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Milan is one of two new Italian routes that flydubai will launch in 2023. From March 10, 2023, passengers will benefit from five weekly flights to the fashionable Italian city, which will increase to daily flights in the summer. Due to its geographical location, Milan is known as Italy’s financial center and leading financial center. But there is so much more to Milan. The culturally rich city offers a unique blend of historic and modern architecture and is known for its natural beauty, impressive array of museums and galleries, and a wealth of cafes and restaurants that serve local food and warm hospitality in equal measure.

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Sharjah to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with Air Arabia

Air Arabia is resuming direct flights to Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur. From March 20, 2023, there will be three weekly flights from Sharjah International Airport to Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The frequency will increase to daily in June 2023. If you are a first timer to the Malaysian capital, its food scene is largely unmatched with delicious street eateries on every corner. But a trip to Kuala Lumpur isn’t complete without marveling at the skyline from a stunning rooftop, a night out on the famous Changkat Bukit Bintang street or climbing the stairs at the Batu Caves to put your glutes through their paces. Return flights start from Dhs2,400 for economy seats.

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Abu Dhabi to Kolkata, India with Etihad

From March 26, 2023, Etihad Airways will fly daily from Abu Dhabi to Kolkata, providing a total of seven weekly non-stop services to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU). The flights are operated by Airbus A320 aircraft, with eight seats in business class and 150 seats in economy.

Dubai to Cagliari, Sardinia with flydubai

If you’re thinking of a summer trip and can’t decide between the city and the beach, Cagliari is Sardinia’s capital city and is known for its beautiful historic buildings and stunning beaches. You can visit this blissfully beautiful island three times a week from June 22, 2023.

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Dubai to Corfu, Greece with flydubai

The Greek island of Corfu is famous for its stunning landscapes, rich multi-cultural heritage, crystal-clear seas and cosmopolitan old town. It will become the newest destination in flydubai’s impressive list of flight routes from Dubai to Greece when it launches this summer. From June 24, 2023 there will be one flight every two weeks from DXB to Corfu, with return fares from Dhs2,600.

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Abu Dhabi to Copenhagen, Denmark with Etihad

Thinking of a nice autumn city break? With Etihad launching flights to the Danish capital from 1 October why not consider Copenhagen? Flying four times a week using the best-in-class Boeing 787 Dreamliner, this aircraft will take you to one of Scandania’s most popular tourist destinations. Famous for its colorful canals, cafe culture and attractions, including Tivoli Gardens, the world’s oldest amusement park, it has reason to be known as Europe’s most comfortable capital.

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Abu Dhabi to Dusseldorf, Germany with Etihad

Etihad Airways will return to the German city of Düsseldorf from October 1 with a thrice-weekly service. Again operated by Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, Düsseldorf is relaunching and will become the airline’s third city in Germany after Frankfurt and Munich, both currently served by daily flights. The city is located on the banks of the Rhine River and is known for its world-class shopping and thriving arts, fashion and music scene.

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