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Flights from Bahrain to Dubai

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Flight information Bahrain to Dubai

Cheapest return price last month

£122

Direct airlines

5

Flights per week

129

Average flight time, total distance 301 miles

1h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Gulf Air

Dubai and Dubai Creek SPB

2 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Dubai: Dubai and Dubai Creek SPB.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Bahrain to Dubai is £122. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 10min is the average flight time from Bahrain to Dubai.
There are 5 airlines who fly direct from Bahrain to Dubai.
As of October, there are 129 flights per week flying from Bahrain to Dubai.

Flight Information

Flights from Bahrain to Dubai board at Bahrain International Airport (BAH) almost every hour. Flights from Bahrain to Dubai that include stops along the way are typically more expensive than direct flights. Some routes may include stops in cities like Amman, Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, Jeddah or Muscat. For visitors from outside the Persian Gulf area, you may find that cheap flights from Bahrain to Dubai are direct flights.

Travellers on direct flights from Bahrain to Dubai enjoy a trip over the Persian Gulf. Travellers who book a one-stop flight from Bahrain to Dubai may experience long layover times. However, these extended layovers may present an advantage if visitors wish to see more of the Arab world. Major airports in Arab communities host an extensive range of shops, restaurants and travel lounges.

Several carriers provide cheap flights from Bahrain to Dubai. FlyDubai, Gulf Air, Emirates and Etihad Airways are the most common carriers. Oman Air, Saudia and Royal Jordanian also carry passengers from Bahrain to Dubai Airport (DXB) but are generally more expensive.

There is a particular ID requirement when entering Dubai. Visitors to Dubai who aren't citizens of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman or Saudi Arabia need a United Arab Emirates visa. The UAE maintains a list of preapproved nations. Citizens of approved nations are automatically accepted for a 30-day visa. If you have an Israeli stamp in your passport, you will be denied a visa. Passports are required of everyone from outside of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman or Saudi Arabia.

Weather in Dubai

There is little weather difference between Bahrain and Dubai because both lie on the Persian Gulf. During the hot summer, temperatures average 36 degrees with August as the hottest month. Winter temperatures average 19°C with January being the coldest month. February is the month with the most rain. For the swimmers, sea temperatures in August rise to 33°C.

What to Expect in Dubai

With only a one-hour time difference between Bahrain and Dubai, jet lag is not an issue. For new visitors to Dubai, reasonably priced taxi services and shuttles are available. Car rental companies abound in Dubai. Once in the city, many visitors choose to walk the area, taking in the old and the new. To reach the artificial islands, boats can be rented with pilots for your safety and as a guide.

The cost of living in Dubai is slightly higher than in Bahrain when it comes to foods and services. Some items cost a bit less and others a lot more. For example, you can expect to spend almost twice as much on a monthly transport pass in Dubai as you would in Bahrain.

When you're looking to go sightseeing in Dubai, the vertical city of Burj Khalifa, the Water Fountains and the artificial islands are all items you should consider seeing. Shopping never ends in Dubai; there are goods in Dubai you will find nowhere else, so be sure to browse local markets for unusual souvenirs.

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