The travel ban from India to the UAE was announced on April 25. Although the ban on direct entry into the UAE is in force for Indian nationals, diplomats, Golden Visa holders, UAE nationals and those with travel permits from the UAE authorities are exempt from the decision.
Dubai – United Arab Emirates, First Published Jul 2, 2021, 8:54 AM IST
Dubai: Air India has said it will not operate flights to the UAE until July 21. Those who have booked tickets before this will be able to change their tickets free of cost for another day off, according to the Air India website. However, this facility is not available for one way passengers traveling from UAE to India. Earlier, Air India had said that there would be no flights till July 6. This decision was extended.
Etihad Airways has also announced that it will not operate flights from India to Abu Dhabi until July 21. Resident visa holders who have received two doses of Kovid wax approved by the UAE among travelers from India will be allowed to enter the country from the 23rd of last month, officials said. Some airlines have started booking but have stopped booking due to ambiguity in travel conditions.
The travel ban from India to the UAE was announced on April 25. Although the ban on direct entry into the UAE is in force for Indian nationals, the decision also exempts diplomats, Golden Visa holders, UAE nationals and those with UAE travel permits.
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Last Updated Jul 2, 2021, 9:52 AM IST