Kuwaiti budget carrier Jazeera Airways also suspends services to Kazakhstan's capital.
A flydubai spokesperson said the airline had cancelled its two return Dubai-Almaty services scheduled for Thursday due to the "situation on the ground" there.
A return flydubai flight from Dubai to capital Nursultan was due to operate.
Flydubai flights between Dubai and Almaty have been cancelled until Jan.8 but flights to Nur-Sultan are operating, according to a spokesperson's statement.
The website for Air Arabia showed its return Sharjah-Almaty flights scheduled for Thursday as cancelled.
There was no immediate comment from the Emirati airline.
Almaty airport was reportedly overrun by anti-government protesters on Wednesday, forcing flights to be cancelled, before it was later retaken by government security forces.
Kuwaiti budget carrier Jazeera Airways on Wednesday suspended services to Almaty.
Kazakhstan's government has declared a nationwide state of emergency in response to the anti-government protests.
Flydubai and Air Arabia announced airline ticket to Mumbai and Karachi for Dhs300 and Dhs430 respectively. This is due to the new coronavirus strain that has forced various countries to impose restrictions, affecting air travel.
Abu Dhabi-based airline, which will start its inaugural flight on Jan.15, between Abu Dhabi and Athens, has also welcomed the arrival of new crew members.
Customers can now book their direct flights between Sharjah and Almaty by visiting Air Arabia’s website, by calling the call centre or through travel agencies.
"We are also waiting for you in Kazakhstan, where you can take shelter from the sweltering heat in the Tien Shan Mountains, pine forests in Borovoye, as well as see many other attractions. Tickets are available right now at flyarystan.com."
"In southern Khartoum we are living in terror of violent bombardment, the sound of anti-aircraft guns and power cuts," said 34-year-old resident Sara Hassan by phone. "We are in real hell."
The death toll from Friday's crash was revised down from 288 after it was found that some bodies had been counted twice, said Pradeep Jena. The tally was unlikely to rise, he told reporters. "Now the rescue operation is complete."
The projects, whose progress Sheikh Ahmed reviewed, are part of the first two phases of the Hatta Master Development Plan launched under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and the follow up of Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai.