Emirates announced that its flights to India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka will be suspended until at least July 21, 2021.
Notice about Travel update The page on the Emirates website reads “Passengers recently connected via India, Pakistan, Bangladesh or Sri Lanka 14 days Will not be accepted to travel to the UAE from any other location.
The statement also outlines “United Arab Emirates nationals, UAE Golden Visa holders, and members of diplomatic missions that comply with the updated COVID-19 agreement are exempted and can travel.” If you plan to travel, it is best to call the airline directly.
As early as April 22, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Agency (NCEMA) announced that All flights from the Republic of India will be suspended for ten days From April 24, 2021. Suspended after that.
Emirates advises those who have already purchased a round-trip ticket from India to the UAE to keep their ticket for future flights or to rebook your flight to a later date (if you choose the latter, you need to contact your travel agency or make a reservation office).
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If you choose the “Hold Ticket” option, this means that if you booked a ticket for travel on or before December 31, 2021 before April 1, 2021, you can keep the ticket and 36 tickets from the original booking date Take an Emirates flight within the month. Learn more here.
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