Dubai Will Cancel Fees Imposed On Travel Agencies And Airlines

by Ishita Agarwal
Dubai Will Cancel Fees Imposed On Travel Agencies And Airlines

The Dubai Crown Prince has made a decision to get rid of the fees that airlines and their offices had to pay. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum made the decision that all airline agents, offices, and branches in the city don’t have to pay the fee. 

Airline And Travel Agencies Fees Abolished 

After the government issues a new resolution, airline agents and offices in Dubai will no longer require to pay fees. The government will cancel fees paid by airline agents and offices operating in the city under Resolution No. (32) of 2022. The new resolution goes into effect immediately.

Fees required for airline agents and national offices since March 12th, 1985, with adding further requirements as part of Resolution No. (4) in 1998. Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, issued the decision on Monday. 


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Travel Fares Are Rising in Dubai  

During the summer, it’s possible that fares out of Dubai to the world’s most popular vacation spots would go up by as much as 80%. As a result of the rising demand for air travel, several airlines have not yet returned to their full capacity from before the epidemic. 

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