A number of flights fly daily from Jeddah to Dubai, both direct and with stop-overs. You will get the flight details at sa.musafir.com and can also book your flights there. Online booking is tailored for your convenience, where apart from flight details, you could redeem various discounts and offers to save money on your purchases.
‘Bride of the Red Sea’, Jeddah, the second largest city in Saudi Arabia is located on the Red Sea. The city is the largest city in the Makkah Province and is known for its famous pilgrimage of Makkah and Medina. The Corniche provides a panoramic view of the sunset and also one of the world’s tallest fountain- Jeddah Fountain. Abdul Raouf Kalil’s museum is one of the most visited landmarks tracking down the ancient Islamic architecture, culture, artefacts, and much more. Jeddah is a vibrant cosmopolitan city, featuring many attractions such as beaches, Bab Sharif City Centre, Beit Al Balad, King Abdul Aziz University, Naseef House, and theme parks. The city is also home to some beautiful old souks- Al-Sagha, Al-Jamia, Al-Basha, and Al- Nada, selling products ranging from clothes and spices to electronics.
About the Jeddah International Airport
Inaugurated in 1981, King Abdulaziz International Airport is approximately 19 km north of Jeddah city centre. This airport is the third largest airport in the country but is the busiest airport in Saudi Arabia. It serves the Kingdom’s commercial center along with the two holy cities of Islam- Makkah and Madinah. The airport is the central hub of Saudia, the national airways of Saudi Arabia. Its terminals include General Aviation Terminal, Royal Terminal, Hajj Terminal, Cargo Terminal and a military logistics base. It offers facilities such as banks, shops, medical facilities, and a prayer room.
IATA Code: JED
Jeddah International Airport address
King Abdulaziz International Airport
Phone: +966 9200 11233
Fax: +966 (0)2 684 2256, +966 (0)2 661 1214
Dubai, the cultural capital of the United Arab Emirates, is the second largest emirate in the country and is home to some of the most striking structural marvels, such as the Burj Khalifa- the world's tallest tower, Dubai Water Canal, Palm Islands- the world's largest man-made group of islands, and Atlantis, The Palm- an extraordinary underwater hotel. Dubai is a global and metropolitan city, attracting millions of visitors from all over the world with some of its finest architecture. For the adrenaline-rush lovers, enjoy dune bashing at the Desert Safaris, Zipline thrills over Downtown Dubai, and Skydiving over the Palm Jumeirah. Get a feel of the old Dubai at Meena Bazaar and the colourful Spice souk.
About the Dubai International airport
Situated 4.6 km to the east of Dubai city, this first-class international airport is the third busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. Spread over 29 sq.km of land, the airport is home to Emirates (national carrier of Dubai) hub and flydubai. The Dubai International Airport has three terminals; T1 and T3 are adjacent to each other and handle all international passengers who share a common transit area, and T2 is opposite them, managing all domestic passengers. The airport holds the record of being the world's busiest airport by international passenger traffic, serving almost 66 million passengers every year. Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi whilst at the airport, a plethora of world fashion and luxury brands as retail therapy, and a host of dining options- café and restaurants.
IATA Code: DXB
Dubai International Airport addressDubai International Airport
United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 (0)4 224 5555
What is the frequency of Jeddah to Dubai flights?
There is a flight leaving for Dubai from Jeddah almost every hour, both direct and with layovers. The first flight of the day is at 00:05 by Qatar Airways, and the last flight of the day is at 23:59. The flight time from Jeddah to Dubai is approximately 3 hours (+/- 20 minutes). Emirates, Saudia, flynas, flydubai, Air Arabia are some of the airlines which offer you direct flight options.