With Dubai reopening for tourists, the city’s local airlines Emirates and flydubai shared a list of destinations in their network. Dubai carrier Flydubai has resumed flights to 17 destinations across its network, while Emirates has resumed services to 51 destinations. This also means, residents and expats can pick from a huge list of places to travel to this summer. And Survey Reveals GCC Will Return To International Travel By August And September.
However, this is not the best time to travel and even if you do, ensure you follow all the safety precautions. On that note, here’s Everything You Need To Know In Case You’re Visiting Dubai This Summer.
List Of All The Places Dubai Residents Can Travel To This Summer
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Flydubai Resumes Services To 17 Destinations
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The Dubai-based carrier will increase the number of destinations to 66 during the summer as airlines in the UAE slowly expand their network with the opening of air travel.
Know The Pandemic Rules Of The Destination Country
All travellers must meet the health protocols currently enforced in the destination country. These include public health, quarantine, and self-monitoring as well as being fully aware of precautions. Passengers must check the requirements for the destination country prior to travel. UAE’s national and international carriers will operate in certain destinations on the basis health and safety criteria.
Compulsory Requirements For All UAE Residents & Citizens
– All residents and citizens must register with Twajudi service prior to travel
– All travellers must undergo Covid-19 testing before travel- pertaining to the timelines provided by the destination country. This may also mean a recent result not exceeding 48 hours from the date of travel.
– The test result must be submitted to the destination country via Al Hosn application or through other processes that prove that the passenger is free of the virus.
-Travel will only be permitted for passengers who test negative. In addition, all travellers must have international health insurance that is valid throughout the period of travel, and covers the desired destination.
– Prior to arrival in the UAE, passengers must ensure there is no violation of the declared regulations and procedures.
-Covid test must be done prior to departure in authorised laboratories in the destination. Meanwhile, here are 5 hotels where you can quarantine in Dubai.
People over the age of seventy years and those with chronic diseases were advised not to travel to preserve their safety.
UAE Citizens, Residents Can Travel Abroad For Leisure
On July 3 the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority announced that citizens and residents can travel abroad for leisure and tourism, provided they adhere to certain rules and regulations. In other news, Emirates’s A380- The World’s Largest Passenger Plane Is Returning To The Skies.
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