DUBAI: The Emirates airline has extended the ban on the flights from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka until at least August 7, Khaleej Times reported on Wednesday.
The suspension on the incoming scheduled passenger flights from these countries to the UAE has been extended until at least August 7, Dubai’s flagship airline Emirates said in its fresh travel update on the website.
Also, the passengers who have connected through these countries in the last 14 days will not be accepted for travel from any other point to the UAE, the airline added.
The UAE nationals, holders of the Golden Visas and members of the diplomatic missions who comply with the updated Covid-19 protocols are exempted and may be accepted for travel, it said.
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