Cheap flights from Mactan Cebu International to Dubai
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Flight information Mactan-Cebu International to Dubai
Cheapest roundtrip price last month
Average flight time, total distance 7387 kilometers
Most popular airline last month
Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB
Frequently asked questions
You will be able to fly direct from Mactan Cebu International to Dubai with Emirates, the flag carrier of Dubai. This is currently the only direct service from Cebu to Dubai and will arrive at Dubai International Airport, the main airport serving Dubai.
* This information is correct as of July 2019
Airport Information - Arriving
Dubai International Airport is the busiest in the UAE situated just 5 km from central Dubai. The airport is comprised of three passenger terminals, with all Emirates flights handled at Terminal 3. Upon arrival at the airport there are plenty of ways that you can reach your destination including by public transport. Terminal 3 is connected directly to the Dubai Metro and there are also buses available. Alternatively, taxis can be found at all hours of the day and several leading international car rental companies have a presence at the airport. Dubai International Airport is famed for its luxurious facilities and amenities. Pass the time browsing through renowned luxury and designer brands or pick up some duty-free products before flying out. There are also many restaurants and eateries open alongside other luxuries like airport lounges, rest zones with sleeping pods and free Wi-Fi connectivity.
Airport Information - Departing
Mactan Cebu International Airport is located around 15 km from Cebu City and is the second busiest airport serving the Philippines. You can access the airport by public bus if you don’t plan on taking a taxi or driving. The airport itself offers a good range of facilities and services for travelers to look forward to. There are several cafés and food outlets for refreshments alongside duty-free and retail shopping if you need any last-minute gifts or travel essentials. You can also access the internet at the airport to keep in touch with family and friends.
What to Expect in Dubai
Explore the hotel options that Dubai has to offer and choose the right accommodation for you. In Dubai the hot weather is at its peak between June and August when average highs reach up to 41 degrees. Outside of this period the weather is warm and pleasant and rainfall is rare across the year. Filipino nationals flying to the UAE will need a visa and must make sure you apply for one before flying. The cost of living in Dubai will be more expensive than Cebu City but there are still plenty of affordable eateries, hotels and shops to explore across the city. The local time zone in the UAE is four hours behind the Philippines and the currency used is the United Arab Emirates dirham. Read our guides to the best things to do in Dubai as well as great tips for what you can do at night and for free.
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