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Cheap flights from Lahore to Dubai

Flight information Lahore to Dubai

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

AED 1,053

Non-stop airlines

4

Flights per week

30

Average flight time, total distance 2000 kilometers

3h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Emirates

Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB

4 airports

If you are catching flights from Lahore to Dubai you can conveniently make the journey directly with a few different airlines. There are three currently operating direct flights – Airblue, Emirates and Pakistan International Airlines. All flights will be arriving at Dubai International Airport, the main airport serving Dubai.

* This information is correct as of February 2019

Airport Information - Arriving

Dubai International Airport is made up of three passenger terminals and situated only 5 km from the center of Dubai. The airport is the world’s busiest in terms of international passenger traffic with close to 90 million travelers processed in 2018. When you have landed at the airport you can conveniently reach the city by hopping on the Dubai metro network from Terminal 1 (Airblue and PIA) and Terminal 3 (Emirates). Taxis are also readily available and there is no shortage in international car rental agencies operating at the airport if you fancy driving yourself around.

The airport is renowned for its world-class range of amenities and services, so you won’t be bored as you wait for your flight. Pass the time by exploring the many designer brands and luxury goods or pick up some discounted products from the duty-free shopping sections. Hungry passengers won’t be short on options as the airport boasts many fast food chains, leading restaurants and charming cafés. Other amenities provided at the airport include several luxurious airport lounges, free Wi-Fi and luxuries like indoor gardens, rest zones and spa treatment centers.

Airport Information - Departing

Allama Iqbal International Airport is the primary airport serving Lahore and Pakistan’s second busiest, situated around 15 km from the city center. The airport has one main passenger terminal as well as a Hajj terminal and is currently undergoing expansion work to significantly boost its capacity. There are public buses available running from central Lahore to the airport if you are on a budget, while drivers will find ample short- and long-term parking. The airport itself is home to all of the amenities and services you would need including several fast food outlets and eateries in addition to a few travel shops to pick up any basics. You may consider staying in one of the airport lounges which are open 24 hours and offer luxuries like shower access for a more comfortable airport experience.

What to Expect in Dubai

Dubai is one of the world’s most famous travel destinations celebrated for its glamorous shopping malls, ever-present sunshine and gorgeous beaches amongst many more possibilities. You can find some inspiration with our guide to the must-sees in the emirate. Pakistani nationals traveling to the UAE will have to have a valid visa in order to enter the country. The weather is warm all year round and gets especially hot over the summer which sees average highs reach up to 41 degrees. The peak travel season in Dubai tends to be from October to March which sees temperatures cool down to more comfortable levels. The local currency used in the UAE is the United Arab Emirates dirham, while the time zone is just one hour behind Pakistan. Explore the hotel options that Dubai has to offer and choose the right accommodation for you.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.