Emirates has announced it will restart services to four destinations, including Bali, London Stansted, Rio de Janeiro, and Buenos Aires. The airline has also announced it will increase flights to Nigeria, Mauritius, and Singapore to serve market demand. Emirates Airlines had resumed service to five locations, including Ghana. In December 2021, Emirates indefinitely extended a 48-hour flight restriction between Accra and Dubai.
PCR Test For Passengers Flying To Dubai From These Respective Countries
Passengers flying to Dubai from Guinea (CKY), Uganda (EBB), or Ghana (ACC) must pass a 48-hour PCR test. Followed by a 6-hour quick PCR test, and another PCR test upon arrival. Passengers transiting via Dubai from above mentioned and Cote d’Ivoire (ABJ) must only follow the guidelines for their ultimate destination. People flying from Angola (LAD) or Cote d’Ivoire (ABJ) to Dubai must undergo a PCR test 72 hours before departure. They need to take another PCR test when they arrive. Passengers travelling via Dubai from Angola (LAD) must simply do a 72-hour PCR test.
Also Read: Vaccinated Individuals In UAE Will Need RT-PCR Tests Every Two Weeks To Access Some Public Areas
Travel Essentials For Dubai
Passengers must provide a valid negative Covid-19 PCR test certificate. It should have a QR code for a test performed at a certified facility. Mention of specified hours of departure is mandating for approval to travel. The timing of sample collection will help to determine test validity.
Passengers who must undertake a Covid-19 PCR test upon arrival must self-quarantine until they receive the test results. This rule exempts children under the age of 12 and UAE nationals
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