Discover the Extravagance of Dubai


A City of Opulence

Dubai, the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), serves as the capital of the Emirate of Dubai

Population 3.57 million
Official Language Arabic

Flying by Private Jet to Dubaioffers several benefits


Private jets can often utilize smaller airports or dedicated terminals, reducing travel time and avoiding congested major airports[1]. This can result in faster and more efficient travel, allowing passengers to reach their destination sooner.

Privacy and Security

Private jet travel offers a high level of privacy and security for passengers. Avoiding crowded airports and sharing the cabin only with their chosen group of travelers allows for confidentiality and peace of mind during the journey

Luxurious Comfort

Private jets offer exceptional comfort and luxury. Passengers can enjoy spacious cabins, comfortable seating, personalized service, and amenities tailored to their preferences. This ensures a comfortable and enjoyable journey.

Access to Unique Destinations

Private jets provide access to airports that commercial airlines may not serve. This opens up the possibility of visiting remote or exclusive locations, including private resorts and secluded destinations. It allows travellers to explore and enjoy unique experiences that may not be easily accessible by other means of transportation.

Airports in Dubai

Dubai has several airports that serve domestic and international flights. Listed below are some of the main airports in Dubai:

Dubai International Airport (DXB)

Dubai International Airport, with the IATA code DXB and the ICAO code OMDB, is the primary international airport serving Dubai. It is one of the busiest airports globally in terms of international passenger traffic

Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC)

Also known as Dubai World Central, Al Maktoum International Airport has the IATA code DWC and the ICAO code OMDW. It is located in Jebel Ali, approximately 37 kilometers southwest of Dubai. The airport handles both cargo and passenger flights.

Dubai Creek SPB (Seaplane Base)

Dubai Creek Seaplane Base, also referred to as Dubai Creek SPB, serves as a base for seaplanes and amphibious aircraft

Visa Requirements in Dubai

To obtain a visa for Dubai, the specific requirements may vary depending on your nationality and the purpose of your visit. However, here is some general information regarding visa requirements in Dubai:

  1. Visa on Arrival for GCC Nationals: Citizens of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, do not require a visa to visit the UAE and can obtain a visa on arrival.
  2. Visa-Free Countries: Nationals of certain countries are eligible for visa-free entry and can stay in Dubai for a specified period without obtaining a visa in advance. The duration of visa-free stays varies between 30 to 90 days depending on the country of origin.
  3. Tourist Visa: If you are not eligible for visa-free entry or visa on arrival, you may need to apply for a tourist visa in advance. Tourist visas are typically valid for 30 days and can be extended for an additional 30 days if necessary. The requirements for a tourist visa may include a valid passport, completed visa application form, passport-sized photographs, proof of confirmed hotel reservation or accommodation, proof of travel itinerary, and proof of financial means to support your stay.

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