Emirates, the flagship carrier of UAE is planning to resume flights between India and UAE from 07 July, which is suspended since April 24 due to a huge surge in Coronavirus cases in India However, as per the airline it is awaiting exact travel protocols and guidelines from the UAE government regarding the resumption of the flight operations from India.

Earlier, the airline in response to a query from a passenger said. “We’re expecting to resume our flights from India to Dubai from 7th of July 2021… We’re waiting for the exact travel protocols and relevant permits from the government authorities. We hope to have more details soon.”

Emirate’s Tweet On Flights From India

It is worth mentioning that last week Emirates said that it will resume flights between India and UAE starting from June 23.

The announcement comes after the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management eases the travel restrictions for residency visa holders who wish to travel to UAE from India, South Africa, and Nigeria.

Emirates Open Bookings From India

Earlier, the airline’s website is not showing any flight availability between India and UAE, but now when we search for the same it starts showing flights between Mumbai and Dubai from 07 July onwards. Other airlines like, Air India, Vistara, Air Arabia and GoAir have also started showing the availability of flights to Dubai from 07th July.

However, the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of UAE on 24th June has issued a NOTAM (Notice Issued to Airmen) and said that the flights from India and 13 other countries will remain suspended until 23:59 hrs. of July 21, 2021.

Who Can Travel To UAE?

UAE Nationals, holders of UAE Golden Visas, Silver Residence Permit Holders, and members of diplomatic missions who comply with the revised published COVID-19 protocols will be exempt from the travel.

Also, travelers coming from India through other countries are required to provide proof of a period of stay in those countries of no less than 14 days to be allowed to enter the UAE.

Recently, the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management has also eased the travel restrictions and allowed holders of UAE residency visas who are stuck outside the country to return from certain nations if they have received two doses of a UAE-approved vaccine.

Important: As the guidelines are keep changing very frequently, we advised all our readers to please check their travel eligibility with the airline before making any booking.


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