Cheap Flights from Adelaide to Dubai (ADL to DXB)

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Average flight time 13h 10m

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Compare Cheap Adelaide to Dubai Flights

Book your flights from Adelaide to Dubai and discover one of the world's most luxurious destinations. Dubai is famous for its five-star hotels, designer brand shopping malls and towering skyscrapers. But if you dig deeper past all the glitz and the glam, the city has fascinating historical attractions. With non-stop flights from Adelaide to Dubai, it's the perfect holiday destination for Aussies that want to enjoy the finer things in life while exploring Dubai's cultural heritage.

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The best time to visit Dubai

The best time to visit Dubai is between November and March. It's the city's winter season, and the weather is perfect for lazy days at the beach. The only downside is that it's Dubai's high season. You'll need to book your flights from Adelaide to Dubai well in advance to lock in cheaper airfares. If you want to avoid the crowds and don't mind the heat, plan your trip to Dubai between April and October. One thing to keep in mind is that Ramadan does take place during these months. As a result, most businesses will run on shorter hours, and you'll have to adhere to the rule of no drinking or eating in public between sunrise and sunset.

Departing From Adelaide

Adelaide is one of the busiest airports in Australia. You can book cheap flights from Adelaide to Dubai with airlines leading airlines like Emirates and Qantas. There are direct flights from ADL to DXB as well as connecting options with stopovers in Singapore, Melbourne and Sydney.

Getting to Adelaide Airport

The best way to get from Adelaide's CBD to the airport is with a taxi. You can book a metered cab or use a ride-sharing service like Uber. A one-way trip will cost around $25 AUD and takes 10-20 minutes depending on the traffic. A budget-friendly option is the local bus service. JetBus route J1 and J2 run to and from the departure terminals and tickets cost only $5.30 AUD per person. Other transport options include the Skyline Airport shuttle. It's a door-to-door minibus transfer service, and you'll need to book your spot at least 48 hours in advance.

Parking at Adelaide Airport

Adelaide Airport has a selection of parking options for short and long-term stays. Here are the two options available at the airport.

Where to Park at Adelaide Airport

  • Terminal Car Park: This is the most convenient parking lot at Adelaide Airport. It's a short walk from the check-in counters, and it has stations to charge electric cars. Drive up rates start at $40 AUD or you can book your spot online and get a discount.
  • Long Term Park: For trips to Dubai that are longer than a week, park your car here. It has better rates for long-term stays, and it's only a few minutes away from the departure terminal building. Prices for a 7-day stay start at $104 AUD.

Arriving in Dubai

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is one of the top airports in the world. It's won numerous awards over the years and operates more than 7,000 flights a week to 270 destinations.

How to Get from Dubai International Airport to Your Dubai Hotel or Accommodation

The best way to get from Dubai International Airport to your hotel is with a metered taxi. You'll find the cab drivers waiting outside of the arrivals terminal and a trip into the city centre costs on average 133 AED ($50 AUD). If you're travelling to Dubai on a budget, follow the signs to the metro station. To get into the city, you'll go through four zones and a one-way trip will cost around 6 AUD ($2.28 AUD). The trains run from 1 pm to midnight on Fridays and 5:50 am to midnight on every other day. Another affordable option is the local bus. It's not the quickest journey (a trip can take up to 1 hour 30 minutes), but a ticket will only cost 7,35 AED ($2,79 AUD). The service runs every seven minutes during the day and every 20 minutes at night.

Things to do in Dubai

Visit the city's spice souk

No trip to Dubai is complete without spending a few hours exploring the city's spice souk. It's a massive market that is one of the best places in the UAE to experience Middle Eastern culture.

Shop for designer brands Dubai Mall

Dubai is home to the largest shopping mall in the world. It's where you'll find over 1,200 luxury stores as well as a massive indoor aquarium.

Go to the Jumeirah Mosque

The Jumeirah Mosque is the only mosque in the city that is open to non-Muslim visitors. If you want to beat the crowds, visit at dusk and hire a guide to learn more about the building's history.

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