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The Dubai International Airport is the largest hub in the Middle East and home to the world class airline carrier, Emirates as well as its low-cost wing FlyDubai. Direct flights connect Dubai to Durban, Johannesburg, London, Sydney, Melbourne, Karachi, Tehran, Riyadh, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hong Kong, Paris, Zurich, Frankfurt, Houston, Milan, Madrid, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, São Paulo, and many other major cities in Europe, Asia, Australasia, North America and Africa.

After Dubai, the next best international connections are provided at the airport in Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways now offers direct flights from New York, Toronto and many other airports in Europe and Asia.

Other major airlines serving Abu Dhabi include British Airways from London-Heathrow, KLM from Amsterdam, Lufthansa from Frankfurt and Singapore Airlines from Singapore and Jeddah. For low-cost flight options, Air Arabia has set up a hub at Sharjah airport, and operates several flights to many cities in the Middle East and India.

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