Dubai – Mubasher: Emirates will form a partnership with FlyDubai aimed at allowing the companies to feed passengers onto each other’s flights, according to a statement.
The deal will include network collaboration and coordinated scheduling at Dubai International Airport. It will be rolled out from the fourth quarter starting with enhanced code-sharing arrangements.
Emirates operates 259 wide-body aircraft to 157 destinations, while flydubai operates 58 Boeing 737s to 95 destinations.
By 2022, the combined network of Emirates and flydubai is expected to reach 240 destinations with a combined fleet of 380 aircraft.