Book UAE-India Flights For As Low As Dh250 For These 13 Cities

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by Deeplata Garde
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The announcement of Special tariffs between UAE-India came up this week. Travellers arriving from the UAE can skip the state’s statutory quarantine. As a result of the Covid-19, the aviation industry has been one of the hardest damaged. The industry needs to revive. For that, numerous airlines are providing cheap flights. Air Arabia, a Sharjah-based low-cost carrier (LCC), has launched special one-way flights to 13 Indian cities.

Fly UAE-India Within Dh250

In December, India opened its international borders to a number of nations. This included the UAE. We saw a surge in visitors and locals returning to the country after a long absence.

Air Arabia, a Sharjah-based low-cost carrier, has provided one-way travel to 13 Indian cities for that amount. Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Goa, Calicut, Kochi, Trivandrum, Chennai, Nagpur, and Coimbatore are among the destinations.

Air Arabia also runs bus services between Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah. This has restarted after a brief hiatus. The buses are now running three times daily at a cost of Dh 30.

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Maharashtra Government Waived Seven-Day Home Quarantine

This action took place in order to promote tourism in the state. Passengers will no longer require to do RTPCR testing upon arrival, beginning of January 17. India’s ministry of health and family welfare declared made a statement on 7th Jan. All overseas travellers arriving in the country should observe obligatory seven-day home quarantine.

Prices between India and the UAE have reduced dramatically. Because of the Indian government’s important announcement. It intended to attract foreign travellers to fly. “People are putting people off because they are afraid of planes being closed again,” an executive said.

 

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However, some of the other local airlines are offering starting prices for as low as Dh 300 to Indian major cities.

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