On Tuesday, the United Arab of Emirates (UAE) authorities lifted the embargo for transit travellers from India. The decision taken by the authorities will increase flight assistance between the UAE and India. Nevertheless, only UAE residents and transit travellers from India are allowed to travel to Dubai.
Moreover, IndiGo announced in a tweet, “Practice your #SuperHabits at all times to help make travel safe.” IndiGo declared three UAE flights – two from Delhi to Dubai, and one from Dubai is scheduled to fly on August 10.
The National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA) renewed the travel guidelines announced by the UAE. It reads, “These categories include those with valid residency permits who have received full vaccination doses in the UAE and 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose.”
All passengers, after reaching Abu Dhabi, must follow a 10-day compulsory quarantine. Also, all the travellers are requested to wear a medically certified tracking wristband throughout the quarantine period provided by the airport officials. India is running global flights and has created Air Bubble with many nations. Also, the UAE has lifted the travel embargo for travellers from countries – Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. Commercial international flights in India will remain suspended.