Dubai: With the lifting of the Dubai ban on Indian passengers, more airlines are resuming services between the two countries. Air India Express, Fly Dubai, SpiceJet and Go Air will start service on Wednesday. Emirates Airlines had earlier announced the resumption of service. Bookings have started.
Dubai has approved the return of Indians with valid residence visas who have received two doses of the Covid vaccine approved by the UAE. India is also on the list of approved vaccines, Astra Senaka and Sputnik, published by Dubai. The Astra Senaka vaccine is available in India under the name Cowie Shield.
Those coming from India should undergo PCR examination within 48 hours before departure. The certificate must contain a readable QR code. In addition, they must undergo a rapid PCR test four hours before departure. Upon arrival in Dubai, you must undergo a PCR check at the airport. The hotel must stay in the quarantine until the results of this inspection are available.
Travel agencies expect ticket prices in the sector to not increase significantly if there are more flights. Ticket bookings to India have dropped by 70 per cent since the UAE banned Indian flights in April. India accounts for 30% of UAE’s air travel revenue.
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