Abu Dhabi: As the United Arab Emirates (UAE) prepares for a six-day Eid al-Adha holiday, last-minute planners face hefty airfares.
Many residents who hoped to visit family during the holiday have canceled trips.
According to spot check harrij timesCompared with non-festive periods, air ticket prices have increased by an average of 70% to 300%.
Experts advise travelers to adjust travel dates and look for affordable destinations.
Travelers are advised to stay informed about fare changes and look for other travel options as the holiday approaches, according to travel agencies.
Below is a price comparison list for some popular destinations
It is worth noting that the public sector will be closed from September to 12th AH 1444 (Anno Latin Hegirae or “year of Higira”). This corresponds to June 27th to June 30th.
Arafat Eid al-Fitr is expected to fall on June 27 and Eid al-Fitr is expected to fall on the next day, June 28. The holiday is likely to be from June 27th to June 30th. As the Eid holiday falls on a weekend in the UAE, residents can expect up to six days off.
About Eid al-Adha
Eid al-Adha (also known as Bakra Eid and Eid uz Zuha in mainland India) is celebrated around the world on the 10th day of Dhul-Hijjah, a month considered one of the holiest in the Islamic calendar, celebrating the sacrifice of the Prophet Ibrahim , his wife Hajar and their son Prophet Ismail.
Eid al-Adha, the second holiest festival for Muslims around the world, also coincides with the annual pilgrimage, the pilgrimage to Mecca
This post was last modified on June 21, 2023 at 4:09 pm