Dubai-based Emirates airline has declared the resumption of flights for five destinations.
An assertion gave on the carrier’s website said: ‘With impact from January 13, Emirates will continue passenger services to and from Guinea (CKY), Cote d’Ivoire (ABJ), Ghana (ACC), Uganda (EBB) and Republic of Angola (Luanda)’
All passengers showing up and traveling Dubai should meet the following Covid-19 protocols:
– Passengers travelling from Guinea (CKY), Uganda (EBB) or Ghana (ACC) with final destination DXB (Dubai International Airport) require 48‑hours PCR and 6‑hours Rapid PCR and PCR on appearance in DXB.
– Passengers travelling from Angola (LAD) or Cote d’Ivoire (ABJ) and inbound DXB are needed to have 72 hours PCR and PCR on arrival in DXB.
– Travelers travelling from Guinea (CKY), Uganda (EBB), Ghana (ACC) and Cote d’Ivoire (ABJ) and traveling DXB only require to follow final destination rules for example no 48 hours PCR or no 6‑hours PCR except if it is commanded by the final destination.
– Travelers travelling from Angola (LAD) and traveling DXB are only required to have 72 hours PCR.
– Travelers travelling from CKY-DSS should keep last objective guidelines, which is no 48 hours PCR or no 6‑hours PCR except if it is commanded by the final destination.
– Travelers accepted for travel under the travel protocol should introduce a legitimate negative Covid-19 PCR test declaration with a QR code for a test led at an endorsed office inside the specified long periods of flight, test validity should be determined from the time the example was collected.
– Travelers who are needed to go through Covid-19 PCR test on appearance, should stay in self quarantine until they get the test result.
UAE Nationals and kids younger than 12 are absolved from the above rules.
The airline additionally asked travelers to consistently check their travel requirement page for Dubai and their final destinations.