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One of the most metropolitan and exciting countries on the planet, check out our cheap flights to the United Arab Emirates from the USA.
From the ultra-modern cities like Abu Dhabi and Dubai to the vast desert dunes of the Rub’ al Khali and the wadis (valleys) of the east, there’s so much to see and do in the UAE.
An incredibly diverse country, the UAE is the perfect balance of wealth and development as well as ancient tradition and beauty, with more and more tourists flocking there every year.
The effortless blend of old and new, East and West means that there’s plenty to do in the UAE, whether it’s shopping in some of the world’s biggest shopping malls (all air-conditioned, of course), checking out a local souk or bazaar, or exploring an ancient archaeological site.
The majority of visitors choose to stay in either Abu Dhabi or Dubai. Abu Dhabi is known for its many beach resorts and is ideal for a more relaxing break, whereas Dubai is known as the “Vegas of the Middle East” and has a bit more going on in terms of shops, restaurants and things to do.
Wherever you choose to stay, be sure to check out our low fares on flights to the UAE here at Globehunters, including business class and first class flights.
Before packing your bags for the UAE, here are five important things that you’ll probably want to know.Time Difference: UTC +4 hoursCurrency: UAE Dirham Native Language: ArabicWeather: Average temperature of 96°F during the warmest month (August) and 64°F during the coldest (January).Sales Tax: 5% excluding necessities
If you’re preparing to book flights to the UAE, here’s everything you’ll need to know, including flight times and entry requirements.
Flights to the UAE will vary depending on where you are flying from, but direct flights generally take between 12 and 16 hours.
Direct flights are available from airports such as New York-JFK, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago-O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth and more.
US citizens with a valid passport of 6 months will not need a visa prior to their visit to the UAE, as long as you’re staying for less than a month.
However, if you do require a visa, these are available upon arrival at the airport. For more guidelines on entry requirements, we recommend you check out the Embassy of the UAE website.
The following airlines offer direct flights from the US to the UAE:
- Etihad Airways
If you’re visiting the UAE for the first time, here are ten things to try and see and do during your stay:
- Burj Khalifa
- Burj Al Arab
- The Dubai Mall
- Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
- Sheikh Zayed Mosque
- Wild Wadi Water Park
- Mall of the Emirates
- The Dubai Fountain
- Dubai Creek
- Dubai Marina
So, if you’re looking to experience this Middle Eastern paradise for yourself, be sure to check out our cheap flights to the UAE here at Globehunters.
And remember, all of our flights to the UAE are fully ATOL and IATA protected, to give you that extra peace of mind.