Below are all flights to Dubai (DXB), in United Arab Emirates. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all UAE destinations including Dubai airport from airlines including Royal Brunei (BI), China Southern Airlines (CZ), Emirates (EK), Singapore Airlines (SQ). Discount return air fares to Dubai start at $1308.51 from Royal Brunei (BI) to $14099.44 from Emirates (EK). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Dubai,United Arab Emirates (AE).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|Air China||04 July 2013||04 September 2013||Economy||$1,250.59|
|China Eastern Airlines||31 May 2013||31 August 2013||Economy||$1,265.89|
|Royal Brunei||06 November 2013||16 December 2013||Economy||$1,308.51|
|Air China||29 June 2013||13 July 2013||Economy||$1,330.33|
|Qantas Airways||30 May 2013||30 June 2013||Economy||$1,387.84|
|Qantas Airways||19 June 2013||31 August 2013||Economy||$1,410.59|
|Jet Airways||30 May 2013||04 June 2013||Economy||$1,448.58|
|Qantas Airways||28 September 2013||02 October 2013||Economy||$1,534.56|
|Jet Airways||20 July 2013||31 July 2013||Economy||$1,535.24|
|Jet Airways||03 June 2013||15 July 2013||Economy||$1,539.67|
|Jet Airways||19 July 2013||08 August 2013||Economy||$1,540.70|
|08 July 2013||24 July 2013||Economy||$1,590.85|
|Singapore Airlines||27 September 2013||06 October 2013||Economy||$1,645.80|
|Jet Airways||14 June 2013||14 July 2013||Economy||$1,651.43|
|Qatar Airways||04 October 2013||11 October 2013||Economy||$1,709.04|
|Emirates||11 September 2013||29 September 2013||Economy||$1,723.10|
|28 June 2013||13 August 2013||Economy||$1,743.23|
|Qantas Airways||11 October 2013||11 December 2013||Economy||$1,755.49|
|Emirates||09 October 2013||16 October 2013||Economy||$1,782.23|
|Singapore Airlines||18 December 2013||04 January 2014||Economy||$1,783.47|
Tourism in DubaiDubai, a part of the United Arab Emirates, is quickly becoming a com mon trip for tourists. As a progressive and fairly independent city-state, the mixture of modern convenience with Arab culture is an excellent combination for this site and is what draws so many visitors annually.
Dubai is located on a coastal strip on the edge of a desert. Cooler and more pleasant temperatures occur from October to April while the sun is intense and temperatures can be high from May to September. The hot, dry environment is an excellent climate for sunbathing, swimming, eating on restaurant patios and enjoying the outdoor sporting events.
Between large immigrant communities who own shops and the common westernized styles, it is easy to find many things to enjoy that suit most Australian lifestyles. Foods come from all over the world, but the local favorites are a shawarma, an Arabic-type burger sold on the streets, and a fala-fil, which is a small snack often served with a creamy sauce. Markets, such as Spice Souk, feature traditional products from the region while malls, such as the Dubai Mall, showcase traditional products mixed with modernized products, a good compromise for tourists searching for interesting souvenirs.
The fourteen hour flight from Brisbane to Dubai may seem lengthy, but this exotic place is certainly worth the trip for anyone interested in experiencing a unique lifestyle without leaving behind the conveniences of modern infrastructure. Cheaper tickets can be purchased during the hot months when tourism is down. It is more common to find good deals in the area during this season as well!