Travelling by road
The UAE's roads connect to the neighbouring countries of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and Sultanate of Oman. There are several crossing points along the borders; some are exclusive to GCC citizens. You can travel to KSA and Oman by private car or by public transportation buses operated by national transportation companies.
Travelling by air
The UAE's national airline is Etihad Airways. It flies from and to Abu Dhabi. Other airlines in the UAE are:
- Emirates Airlines and its low-cost carrier partner FlyDubai. Emirates flies from and to Dubai International Airport. FlyDubai departs from and arrive at both: Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport.
- Air Arabia - It flies from and to Sharjah International Airport. It is the first and the largest Low Cost Carrier (LCC) in the Middle East and North Africa.
- Rotana Jet - Established in late 2010 by H. H. Dr. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saif Al Nahyan, Rotana Jet operates both executive charter and scheduled airline services. The airline offers operates domestic and international services from and to Abu Dhabi.
- Royal Jet - Headquartered in Abu Dhabi, Royal Jet is jointly owned by Abu Dhabi Aviation and Presidential Flight. It operates chartered flights and flies from and to Abu Dhabi International Airport.
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Travelling by sea
Several international cruise liners have added the UAE as a stop on their itineraries. You can cruise out of the UAE through one of the following seaports:
Updated on 29 Oct 2017