Cheap flights from Dubai to Hyderabad

Flight information Dubai to Hyderabad

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

AED 818

Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 2553 kilometers

3h 20min

Most popular airline last month



1 airport

The city of Hyderabad's airport is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, more commonly known as Hyderabad Airport, and ranks as one of India’s busiest airports. There are four airlines providing direct flights from Dubai to Hyderabad. These airlines are Air India, Emirates, flydubai and IndiGo, although other airlines also offer cheap flights to Hyderabad requiring a stopover. All of the direct flights from Dubai go from Dubai International Airport and not Al Maktoum International Airport. Check out cheap flights to Hyderabad to get the best deal to India. You can use our guide to find the best time to book your flight tickets to Hyderabad from Dubai.

* This information is correct as of February 2019

Airport Information - Arriving

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport has a single passenger terminal which is capable of handling up to 12 million passengers annually and operates both domestic and international flights. The eastern section of the terminal is dedicated to domestic flights, while the western side handles all international operations. The airport is relatively new having been opened in 2008 and provides flights all around the globe including London Heathrow and Hong Kong.

At Hyderabad Airport passengers will find there are many different places to eat ranging from fast food outlets to restaurants, while there is duty-free shopping available as well as travel shops and bookstores. In addition to this, the airport offers a number of airport lounges including three Plaza Premium Lounge locations offering buffet food, showers and sleeping areas. You can also pass the time at the airport by checking out the RGIA art collection around the airport. Getting from the airport into the center of Hyderabad is simple with the airport shuttle bus which takes around 40 minutes. Taxis are also very popular with visitors and available 24 hours a day outside the terminal building or car rental is available.

Airport Information - Departing

Dubai International Airport offers a wide range of amenities including designer stores, many restaurants and cafés and much more. The airport is the world’s busiest passenger airport handling over 77 million passengers annually and is situated 4.6km east of central Dubai. Out of its three passenger terminals, AirIndia and IndiGo flights from Dubai to Hyderabad depart from Terminal 1, while flydubai operates out of Terminal 2. All Emirates flights including those to Hyderabad go from Terminal 3, a terminal dedicated to Emirates operations. To reach the airport from Dubai you have plenty of options open to you including public transport. The Dubai Metro network is connected to both Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, while you can also catch a bus to the airport if you would prefer.

What to Expect in Hyderabad

Check out the best hotels in Hyderabad and choose the accommodation best for you. The city is 1 hour 30 minutes ahead of Dubai so all passengers will need to adjust their clocks when arriving and departing. Similarly to Dubai, Hyderabad is very hot for most of the year with temperatures peaking between April and July. The region does cool off during the winter months between December and February which is when tourist numbers surge due to the favorable weather conditions, while rainfall is very minimal for most of the year except between July and mid-September. Prices in Hyderabad are significantly lower compared to Dubai, where the average cost of a meal for two is around 30AED compared to 150AED in Dubai. Discover the top things to see and do in Hyderabad.

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