New Delhi: Expatriates, who had hoped that the travel ban to the UAE from Wednesday would end, were disappointed. Air India has announced that it will not operate flights to Dubai until July 6.
Air India tweeted in response to passengers’ queries that flights would not be available until July 6 due to travel restrictions in the UAE and that more information could be provided on its website and Twitter page.
Those who received the two-dose vaccine were expected to return to Dubai on Wednesday. Expatriates were hopeful that Emirates would also announce that the service would resume from Wednesday. Some airlines have also started booking tickets.
However, due to ambiguity in many matters, the airlines stopped booking tickets. Ticket bookings, which were suspended on Sunday afternoon, have not yet resumed.
Another major hurdle is the requirement for a Rapid PCR result taken within four hours of departure. The Airports Authority of India is in the process of rolling out this facility at airports in India. But it is not clear when the system will be implemented. It is known that the state government will provide facilities for this in Kerala as well.
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