Fly In A Private Jet From Mumbai To Dubai For AED 11,000 Per Person

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
Fly In A Private Jet From Mumbai To Dubai For AED 11,000 Per Person

Countries across the world have slowly started reopening. Besides, India and UAE have also decided to extent the window to allow residents to fly back to the UAE. Given the scenario, booking repatriation flights, obtaining approvals and carrying a valid PCR test have become major concerns for most travellers. This has also led to a spiraling demand for private jets. Most expats who are unable to book flights are opting for private jets to head back home. Meanwhile, Passengers Flying To The UAE From Specific Countries To Be Tested Twice.

Passengers are preferring to take private jets because they are more readily available, deemed hassle free and also limit the risk of exposure. Private jets offer privacy, and helps eliminate crowds. In line with this, Accretion Aviation is offering private jets to the UAE at an affordable cost. Passengers can book air charter services and charter flights to Dubai for AED 11,000 per person. Private jets are available for travel Mumbai to Dubai.

Meanwhile, read this story about UAE Expats Who Were Devastated After Spending AED 390,000 For Private Jet.

Vande Bharat Mission To Operate 105 Flights From UAE To India

The India-UAE travel window is extended until further notice. As India’s Vande Bharat Mission moves to the fifth phase, over 105 flights set to operate from UAE to various cities in India. A total of 74 flights will operate from Sharjah and Dubai to various cities in India. The flights will begin service from 1 August to 15 August. On that note, Etihad, Fly Dubai, Air India & More Airlines Announce Reopenings.

In addition, 31 special flights will fly from Abu Dhabi to Indian cities between August 1 and 15 as part of Phase 5. The formal announcement and online booking details of the special Air India and Air India Express flights will be announced shortly.

No Changes In The Existing Agreement

UAE expats stuck in India have started returning home from 12 July. India and UAE have allowed their airlines to carry people authorised to travel between the two countries. The first Air India flight, AI1975, from Delhi, landed at Sharjah International Airport at 10.30 am on 12 July.

Neerja urged that the existing travel agreement will continue. In addition, UAE airlines and private Indian carriers are also allowed to bring back residents their return leg. People who wish to go back to India need not worry as a number of airlines from the UAE, including private and Indian carriers will now begin service. The same applies to Indians wanting to head back to the UAE.

India’s Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri on Saturday tweeted:

On that note, here’s a step by step by guide for expats returning to the UAE.