flydubai announced the resumption of its flights to Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen Airport (SAW) as of March 2, with five flights per week, in addition to flydubai’s daily flights to Istanbul Airport (IST), as stated by the Dubai Government Media Office through its official account on the social networking site. Twitter".
The company indicated that it will increase the number of its flights to Istanbul to 12 flights per week.
A spokesman for "Fly Dubai" revealed that the airline's flights between Dubai and Ukraine were temporarily suspended until February 17. In statements received by "Emirates Today" about trips to Ukraine, the spokesman said that the company is monitoring the situation and will review its plans in line with the instructions of the relevant authorities. He continued, "We are communicating with travelers about options for refunding the value of the ticket and re-booking them."