Dubai to Islamabad
Flight information Dubai to Islamabad
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Islamabad is the capital of Pakistan served by Benazir Bhutto International Airport, located 20km from the center of the city. While there are flights from Dubai to Islamabad originating from Dubai International Airport, there are not currently any flights leaving from Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai’s second airport. Those wishing to fly from Dubai to Islamabad are able to travel with Airblue, Emirates, Pakistan International Airlines and Shaheen Air.
* This information is correct as of March 2017
Airport Information - Arriving
Benazir Bhutto International Airport is the main airport serving Islamabad as well as the nearby city of Rawalpindi. This single-terminal airport offers a variety of amenities including many places to eat and drink, many of which are open 24 hours, while travelers will also be pleased to know that free Wi-Fi is available throughout most of the airport. As well as this, duty free shopping can be found in both the Departures and Arrivals areas of the international section. The most popular way for travelers to get into central Islamabad from the airport is by taxi. Those who want to wait for flights in comfort may consider entry to Rawal Lounge which offers showers and air conditioning.
Airport Information - Departing
The main international airport serving Dubai is Dubai International Airport, the world’s busiest in terms of international passenger traffic. The airport is renowned for its fantastic amenities which includes all of the designer brands and luxury goods you could want in addition to a wide selection of places to eat and drink. The airport is made up of three terminals - while Terminals 1 and 3 are linked to the Dubai Metro network, there is a free shuttle bus that can take you to Terminal 2. As well as utilizing the Dubai Metro, many opt for the directness offered by a taxi in order to reach the airport. Those who want to wait for flights in style may want to stay at one of the many airport lounges available offering excellent food and refreshments alongside other amenities such as Wi-Fi access.
What to Expect in Islamabad
Islamabad is Pakistan’s capital home to many of the country’s finest cultural attractions. Pakistan might not be on everyone's must-visit list but there is plenty of beautiful scenery to enjoy - our list of the prettiest places in Pakistan is a good place to start. The weather gets hot during the summer, although it doesn’t quite reach the highs of Dubai. The city experiences a rainy season between July and August, so be prepared for a lot of rain if you visit during this period. All visitors will need a visa in order to enter Pakistan including UAE nationals - visas must be arranged in advance, although if you are entering the country on business you can get a business visa upon arrival. Check out the best hotels that Islamabad has to offer to ensure an enjoyable trip.
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