destination
Economy
Premium
Business
First Class
London to
Abu Dhabi
ECONOMY FROM
Return from
£353
PREMIUM FROM
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£693
BUSINESS FROM
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£1,015
FIRST CLASS FROM
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£2,767
London to
Dubai
ECONOMY FROM
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£353
PREMIUM FROM
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£756
BUSINESS FROM
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£1,015
FIRST CLASS FROM
Return from
£2,775

Choose from our range of United Arab Emirates holiday packages below that each include your flights, accommodation, and often special bonuses like tours and free upgrades. If you can't find the package you're looking for, contact one of our friendly consultants on 0800 587 0058 and don't forget to ask about customising a package to suit your needs.

As a major flighs hub, flights from the UK to the United Arab Emirates are usually direct and take around 7.5 hours. The two main arrival points within the United Arab Emirates are Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Airlines that fly from the UK to America include: 

Main United Arab Emirates International Airports: 

 

At Flight Centre, we can arrange flights to the following destinations. Looking for something in particular or want to include a stopover along the way? Contact one of our friendly consultants on 0800 587 0058 and don't forget to ask about our latest holiday deals as well.

The United Arab Emirates marry rags and riches, depending upon where you look. While you're adventuring (with the exception of water sports) it's always advisable to wear modest clothing.

United Arab Emirates: DubaiDubai Skyline

Here's a very brief overview of the major emirates:

  • Abu Dhabi – a liveable city that maintains its local Emirati flavour, it's a green haven amid vast desert dunes; its small fishing village origins of 50 years ago are barely reconisable.
  • Dubai – otherworldly architecture, shopping, beaches and nightlife are the headliners here and cater to a multinational population. This is the region's major transit hub and even just stepping outside the airport into a serious wave of heat is enough to reorient the senses pretty quickly.
  • Sharjah – a conservative region where museums, galleries and theatres are the highlights, alongside city souq bargain hunting.
  • Ras al Khaymah – this is the UAE's northernmost emirate with attractive, development-free beaches and alluring views to the Hajar Mountains from the dusty main town.

United Arab Emirates: MosqueSheikh Zayed Mosque, Abu Dhabi

November to March is the most temperate time to visit. If you want to know more about making the most of your holiday here, see our travel guide or book a flight to the Arab Emirates and lock in your next trip.

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