Flights to Dubai: Travel from Delhi to Dubai soon, according to reports the first flight from July 15, Travel from Delhi to Dubai soon, according to reports the first flight from July 15
First flight likely from Delhi to Dubai on 15th July
- Flights to Dubai may start soon from certain cities of India
- Delhi to Dubai flight likely from July 15
- According to the report, some travel websites started booking
Flights to Dubai may resume from some cities in India. Bookings have resumed on some travel websites. Flights from India to Dubai and Abu Dhabi are expected to reopen on July 15 and July 21 respectively, with the UAE as well as other countries banning travelers from India was put. The decision to stop the flight was taken after the second wave of Kovid-19.
If all goes well then flight from Delhi soon
A Gulf News report said that Abu Dhabi, the next biggest destination in the UAE, will open its doors to fully vaccinated Indians from July 21. Vistara will take passengers from New Delhi to Dubai when the flight service resumes, while Emirates and budget carrier flydubai are expected to resume operations on July 16. Etihad Airways will resume operations on July 22, the report said. Any resumption of flights by airlines between the two countries is yet to be confirmed. The Vistara website was booking flights between New Delhi and Dubai for travel on July 15 at the time of writing this report. .
According to another report by Gulf News, some of India’s biggest international airports such as Mumbai and Hyderabad are already preparing to set up rapid PCR and laboratory tests to ferry passengers between the two countries. Flights to Dubai from destinations in India were expected to resume on June 23. The decision was delayed in view of the COVID situation in India. The UAE had banned Indian travelers in April, when India was battling the second deadly wave of the pandemic during the month. The ban was later extended till 6 July.
Possibility of flying from Mumbai and Hyderabad
A Mumbai International Airport (MIA) official was quoted in the report as saying that the premises are being kept clean at all times and PCR-testing facilities are being set up which will give results in just 15 minutes. Meanwhile the Hyderabad airport has set up the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL)-certified COVID-19 testing laboratory.
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