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|Most Popular Month||December|
|Best Day to Fly||Tuesday|
|Most Popular Route||JFK – DXB|
|Most Famous Airport||Dubai International Airport|
|Duration from direct flight||12 hrs 25 mins (average)|
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Flight information New York John F. Kennedy to Dubai
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average Flight time, Total distance 11013 kilometres
Most popular airline last month
New York John F. Kennedy
Tips and Tricks to get the cheapest flights on this route
Searching for a Cheap Flight? These following facts and data would help you to find the most affordable flight from New York to Dubai.
- The most affordable time to purchase a flight from New York to Dubai is approximately 60 days before departure.
- To get a below-average fare, book your air tickets at least 3 weeks prior to the flight departure.
- On Average, morning departure is 19% cheaper than an evening flight.
- The cheapest day to fly from New York to Dubai is Tuesday and the most expensive day is Saturday.
Did You Know
The Dubai International Airport has a room called ‘SnoozeCubes’ where you can go and take a nap, while you wait for your next flight. So good, right?
Dubai can take you into a historical sojourn like no other destination in the world. The main history of Dubai’s establishment is not structurally documented; however, experts say that this city is nearly 4,000 years old. Rise from the humble civilization foundation, modern Dubai has evolved from fishing populations, which existed along the coast of the Arabian Gulf during the 1830s. The Dubai Creek played the role of an ancient port of trade between Mesopotamian and Indus Valley civilizations. The glorious history of this city can be witnessed through the artifacts in the archaeological section of the Dubai Museum.
The modern Dubai is known as the second-largest city of the United Arab Emirates. Located on the southern shore of the Gulf, the city is popular for its dynamic and diverse experiences. This is a city that offers glimpses of tradition and culture in the shadows of glimmering clouds kissing skyscrapers. This bustling metropolitan celebrates the luxury of the western world along with mid-western morals. Dubai offers a sub-tropical, arid climate means the sun smiles in the sky all year round. Large populations of ex-pats live here, including Arabs, Asians, and Europeans.
Places to Visit in Dubai
- Burj Khalifa
- The Dubai Mall
- Dubai Museum
- Bastakia (Old Dubai)
- Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum House
- Dubai Creek & Al Seef District
- Heritage and Diving Village
- Dubai Aquarium
- Burj al-Arab
- Jumeirah Beach
- Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary
- Crossroads of Civilizations Museum
- IMG Worlds of Adventure
- Alserkal Art District
There are 4 airports in Dubai: Dubai Creek SPB
Dubai Al Maktoum International
Dubai International Airport
Jebel Ali SPB
Dubai International Airport is the main airport that connects Dubai to other seven major parts of Emirates as well as main international destinations. All international flights to Dubai land at this airport.
There are 26 non-stop flights operate between JFK and Dubai each week, averaging 3 flights daily.
These following airlines fly more frequently in this route:
Emirates is the most reliable airline which flies twice per day on this route.