Flights from Muscat to Dubai
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- Fri 8 NovMCTDXBSat 16 NovDXBMCTflydubaiDirectfrom £99
- Mon 28 OctMCTDXBThu 31 OctDXBMCTflydubaiDirectfrom £99
- Sun 3 NovMCTDXBWed 6 NovDXBMCTflydubaiDirectfrom £99
Flight information Muscat to Dubai
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 216 miles
Most popular airline last month
Dubai, Dubai Al Maktoum International, Dubai Creek SPB and Jebel Ali SPB
Frequently asked questions
Three airlines offer direct flights from Muscat to Dubai daily: Emirates, flydubai, and Oman Air. Of the three, Oman Air generally offers slightly lower fares, but prices are close enough to be competitive. Travellers can usually find cheap flights from Muscat to Dubai even at the last minute. However, you should book your tickets at least a month in advance to get the best rates.
Flights from Muscat to Dubai require a valid passport. People who are from Oman do not need a visa to enter the United Arab Emirates, or the UAE.
You should plan to arrive at Muscat International Airport (MCT) three hours before your flight’s departure time. Keep in mind that the check-in process for most flights at this airport close one hour before their departure times. While waiting for your flight, you can snack on fast-food classics like Dairy Queen, Subway, and Costa Coffee. For a more Eastern flavour, try Indian favourites Curry Kitchen and indli.com or the local Lebanese chain Automatic. Shops in the airport include Muscat Duty Free and WHSmith. There are also several premier lounges, including the Plaza Premium Lounge, which are available to all travellers for a nominal fee.
Cheap flights from Muscat to Dubai land at Dubai International Airport (DXB), one of the largest airports in the world. It comprises three large terminal buildings, and which one your flight will arrive at depends on the airline you take. Oman Air flies into Terminal 1. flydubai flights arrive at Terminal 2. Emirates flights land at Terminal 3. A lengthy walkway transports travellers who need to transfer between Terminals 1 and 3. However, Terminal 2 is physically separate from the other two terminals. A 30-minute shuttle ride to Terminal 2 is available only to ticketed passengers.
Terminals 1 and 3 include fast food eateries such as Burger King and Subway as well as Chowking Orient Restaurant. Terminal 2 dining includes Bombay Chowpatty and Subway. All three terminals feature Boots pharmacies and duty-free shops. If you need a quick cat nap after your flight lands, you can always snooze at the sleep 'n fly lounge.
The weather in Dubai tends to be hot and dry, which is very similar to Muscat’s climate. When travelling from Muscat to Dubai, packing the same type of clothes you usually wear should be sufficient.
Dubai is considerably more expensive than Muscat, especially for tourists. Hotel rooms in Dubai are some of the most expensive in the world, and rooms sell out early. Always compare hotel rates in advance to find the rooms and rates that fit your budget. The currency used in Dubai is the Emirati dirham. Travellers from Muscat to Dubai can change currency at the airport or withdraw dirham from any ATM.
Dubai Time Zone
Muscat and Dubai are both situated within the same time zone, Gulf Standard Time. This means travellers from Muscat to Dubai do not need to adjust their clocks or deal with jet lag.
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