Flights from Venice to Dubai
Flight information Venice to Dubai
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Average flight time, total distance 4446 kilometers
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Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB
Frequently asked questions
Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport are Dubai’s two international airports - currently Dubai International Airport is the main airport as the newer Al Maktoum International Airport is not yet running at full capacity since opening in 2010. If you are making the trip from Venice to Dubai you can book flights with Emirates, the flag carrier of Dubai, with all flights arriving at Dubai International Airport. For some inspiration before you go check out our guide to the 10 best things to do and places to visit in Dubai.
* This information is correct as of July 2017
Airport Information - Arriving
Dubai International Airport (DXB) is one of the world’s busiest airports offering a spectacular range of amenities and opportunities. The airport itself is home to three passenger terminals, with Terminal 3 being the home of all Emirates operations. Once you have landed at the airport you can get on the Dubai Metro from Terminal 3 to reach the center of the city, although taxis are available if you would prefer. During your stay at the airport there are a wide range of restaurants, cafes and shops including duty-free stores available to help you pass the time. The airport is also home to many luxurious amenities such as spa centers, airport lounges and even Zen gardens in Terminal 3. You are also able to stay connected with free Wi-Fi available throughout the airport.
Airport Information - Departing
Venice Marco Polo Airport is the main international gateway into Venice situated around 8km from the center of the city. The airport itself is made up of a single passenger terminal and offers connections to and from Venice in the form of buses and trains. At the airport you can enjoy a wide range of amenities and facilities so there’s plenty to do to pass the time. As well as a broad selection of eateries and cafes, you can find various shops or do a bit of duty-free shopping before flying out. The airport also offers travelers free Wi-Fi for up to 6 hours at a time which you can access on your electronic device or at an internet terminal in the airport.
What to Expect in Dubai
In Dubai the weather is hot throughout the year and certainly much warmer than what you are used to in Venice, even over the winter when temperatures remain at pleasant highs. Italian citizens and other EU nationals are able to enter Dubai without requiring a visa so there’s no need to get one before flying out. In Dubai you can easily get around and explore the city using the Dubai Metro network although renting a car is also common. There are plenty of hotels in Dubai catering for every budget. Make sure you don’t forget that the country is 2 hours ahead of Venice.
Further reading on Dubai
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