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Dubai is a star vacation destination attracting tourists from across the world with its endless highlights to explore. It is a glut of extraordinary architecture and infrastructure be it the Burj Khalifa- world’s tallest building from the present or the Al Fahidi Fort from the past. Apart from architecture, Dubai offers great adventure like Desert Safari, Ski Dubai, skydiving, sea kayaking and off-roading. ‘At the Top’- Burj Khalifa gives an outstanding panoramic view of Dubai's skyline from its 124th floor.
About the Dubai airport
Dubai International Airport, situated 4.6 km to the east of Dubai is the main airline hub of Middle East. Handling almost 66 million passengers every year, this airport accounts to be world’s busiest airport in terms of passengers traffic. There are 3 active terminals where T1 and T3 that caters to international carriers and are located adjacent to each other. T2 caters to domestic carriers and is positioned opposite to T1 and T3.
Dubai airport address Dubai International Airport,
United Arab Emirates.
Phone: +971 4 224 5555
Ahmedabad is the emerging metropolitan city of Gujarat, placed on the banks of River Sabarmati, 32 km away from the state capital of Gandhinagar. Ahmedabad represents a thriving Gujarati culture resembling in its amazing Gujarati food, festivals, garba dance, music, handicrafts and paintings. The city celebrates many festivals throughout the year attracting thousands of tourists during Uttarayan - a kite flying day, Navratri - celebrated on 9 nights where people perform the traditional folk dance called as Garba, Diwali - celebrated by lighting lamps and drawing rangoli at home and bursting crackers.
About the Ahmedabad airport
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is situated 9 km north of central Ahmedabad in Hansol. The airport is named after India’s first Deputy Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. It consists of 2 passenger terminals, where T1 caters to domestic carriers and T2 caters to international carriers.
Ahmedabad airport address Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport,
Ahmedabad-380 003 (Gujarat).
Phone : 91-79-2286 9211
Fax 91-79-2286 3561
What is the frequency of Dubai to Ahmedabad flights
Many airlines connect the two cosmopolitan cities of Dubai and Ahmedabad giving travelers options to choose from. There are 4 flights connecting these cities on the daily basis. The first fight of the day from Dubai is at 4.15 am that lands Ahmedabad at 8.20 am. You may choose from the few flights connecting in between or book the last flight of the day at 11.00 pm - 3.00 am.