The distance from Heathrow Airport to Dubai International Airport is 3,420 miles. Flight times can vary direct flights can get you there in around seven hours, whereas indirect flights can take up to eleven hours or longer.
The time difference means that Dubai is three hours ahead of Heathrow.
Please note: As the Heathrow to Dubai flight is classed as long haul, it is worth taking entertainment with you, especially if you’re travelling with children. Want to know more? Take a look at our blog post on Dubai holidays with kids and toddlers.
There’s a large choice of restaurants at Heathrow Airport to keep your stomach from rumbling. If you’re after something quick and easy, go to Leon. They live up to their motto ‘naturally fast food’ with a wide range of fresh food ready to whizz down the shoot and onto your tray. If you’re after a sit down meal to fill you up, then the popular Italian chain Carluccio’s is perfect to tuck into some delicious pasta or fresh pizza before your flight. There’s also lots of shops for if you fancy some retail therapy while you wait to board the plane.
To keep the kids entertained at the airport, there are ‘Stay & Play’ areas that are fantastic for kids of all ages. These play areas feature slides, soft play areas and even special zones for tiny tots.
As Dubai is outside of the EU, you are allowed to bring back up to 200 cigarettes and 1 litre of liquor to London with you.
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