Visit Dubai And Return Back In Rs 13,000! Air Fares Drop As UAE Allows Indians To Fly
As per the newest reports coming in, UAE has lifted its restrictions regarding travel and citizens of multiple countries will now be able to fly in and out of the country soon!
The return airfare has dropped to as much as Rs. 13000, which was the price of tickets before the COVID-19 pandemic hit us.
Read on to find out all the details!
UAE To Lift Travel Restrictions For Fully Vaccinated Passengers
United Arab Emirates (UAE) has reportedly lifted travel restrictions for those flyers who have been fully vaccinated. However, this shot has to be from the vaccines approved by the World Health Organization.
The restrictions were to be lifted from September 12.
The UAE has also allowed residents from Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Namibia, Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Liberia, South Africa, Nigeria and Afghanistan to fly into the UAE from September 12.
As per the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority, (NCEMA), “Those who are fully vaccinated with any WHO-approved vaccines and who have been staying in one of the countries in the suspended list for more than six months since suspension decision was issued for each country, can come to the country under a new entry permit, and rectify their status after entry.”
Both Federal Authority For Identity and Citizenship (ICA) and the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) have reportedly announced that application for tourist visas will be open to people from all countries who have received the World Health Organization (WHO)-approved vaccines.
Return Fare From Dubai Only Rs. 13000?
The return airfare from the flights from India to Dubai and back begins as low as Rs. 13000. Indirect flights operated by Etihad with one stopover can be booked starting at Rs 13,000, whereas direct flights operated by SpiceJet are charging Rs 22,000 only.
It was only a week ago, UAE announced that tourist visas will be resumed for fully vaccinated travellers.
It was reported that over the increasing risk of the Delta variant of the coronavirus, the airways have decided not to allow air services to the UAE till July 31 from India Pakistan and Bangladesh.
After that, it was also reported that Etihad Airways will launch its flights from New Delhi, Chennai, Kochi, Bengaluru and Trivandrum from August 7, because the United Arab Emirates has now relaxed some travel restrictions from travelers from India.