Cheap Flights from Perth to Dubai (PER to DXB)

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Compare Cheap Perth to Dubai Flights

Book your flights from Perth to Dubai and explore one of the top destinations in the United Arab Emirates. Home to glitzy five-star hotels, towering skyscrapers and massive shopping malls - Dubai is the ultimate luxury holiday getaway. Check-in to one of the city's top hotels and spend your trip enjoying the finer things in life. Discover Dubai's fascinating Middle Eastern culture, cruise along Dubai Creek in a traditional dhow and go on desert safaris with camels and dune buggies. With non-stop flights from Perth to Dubai, it's the perfect destinations for Aussie's looking for an unforgettable adventure.

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The best time to visit Dubai


The best time to visit Dubai is during the city's winter months. From November to March, the temperatures are comfortable, and the weather is perfect for days at the beach. One thing to keep in mind is that it's Dubai's high season. You'll need to book your flights from Perth to Dubai well in advance to avoid the seasonal increase in airfares.For a quieter and cheaper option, plan your trip to Dubai between April and October. The lull in tourism forces hotels to drop their prices and you'll have the city's top attractions all to yourself.

Departing from Perth

Perth Airport (PER) is the fourth busiest airport in Australia. It operates flights from Perth to Dubai with leading airlines like Emirates, Qantas and Cathay Pacific. There are direct flights from PER to DXB as well as connecting options with stopovers in cities like Singapore, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur.

Getting to Perth Airport

The cheapest way to get to Perth Airport from the city centre is with the local bus. Route 40, 37 and Airbus A380 run a daily service to and from the departure terminals, but it's the slowest transport option. If you decide to take the bus, make sure you give yourself enough buffer time, so you don't miss your flight. For passengers with a lot of luggage or those that want a shorter commute, your best option is a metered taxi or a ride-sharing service. Uber and Ola are both active in Perth and a trip from the CBD to the airport costs on average $42 AUD.

Parking at Perth Airport

Whether you're going to Dubai for a few days or a month, Perth Airport has a selection of parking options to suit your travelling needs. Here are the three options available at the airport.

Where to Park at Perth Airport

  • Short Term: If you're dropping someone off or you're only at the airport for the day, leave your car here. It has the best hourly rates for short-term stays. However, if you leave your car here for longer than 24-hours, it becomes more expensive than the other parking lots.
  • Long Term: For trips to Dubai that are longer than a week, make use of Perth Airport's long-term parking lot. The rates start at $10 AUD per person, and there's a free shuttle bus to take you between the terminal building and the lot.
  • Fast Track: If you prefer convenience while you travel, park your car here. It's only a short walk to the check-in counters, and it has 230 exclusive bays.

Arriving in Dubai

Dubai International Airport (DXB) is the busiest airport in the world. It flies to over 250 destinations around the world and operates more than 7,000 flights per week.

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

The quickest way to get from Dubai International Airport to your hotel is with a taxi. You'll find the drivers waiting outside of the arrivals terminals. A one-way ride into the city costs on average 133 AED ($50 AUD). If you're looking to save money on transportation from the airport, take the metro. A trip will cost 6 AUD ($2.28 AUD), and the trains run from 1 pm to midnight on Fridays and 5:50 am to midnight on every other day. Another budget-friendly way to get into Dubai's city centre is with the local bus. However, it is the slowest option with a total journey time of 1 hour and 30 minutes. A bus ticket will cost 7,35 AED ($2,79 AUD).

Things to do in Dubai

Visit Burj Khalifa

The Burj Khalifa is Dubai's most famous landmark. Standing at 829.8 meters, it's the tallest building in the world. Go up to the observation deck on the 124th floor and enjoy panoramic views of the city below.

Go shopping at Dubai Mall

Dubai holds the record for the world's largest shopping centre. Dubai Mall boasts 1,200 luxury stores, an aquarium, an ice-skating rink, a gaming zone and a massive cinema complex.

Explore Bastakia (Old Dubai)

The Bastakia Quarter is one of the oldest parts of Dubai. Built in the late 19th-century, it was once home to wealthy Persian merchants. Spend a day wandering around and learning about Dubai’s fascinating past.

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