The individuals who have been to or associated through Nigeria over the most recent 14 days are not permitted section into the UAE, including interfacing with onwards flights through Dubai
Emirates has affirmed that flights among Dubai and South Africa and Nigeria will be suspended for a restricted timeframe because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Emirates’ flights from South Africa will stay suspended until March 20, 2021, in accordance with government orders that limit the passage of travelers beginning from South Africa, into the UAE.
Day by day passenger flights to Johannesburg will continue from March 11, and will work as EK763, anyway outbound passenger benefits on EK 764 stay suspended.
Concerning flights among Dubai and Nigeria, the carrier said in an explanation on its site that according to government mandates, passenger administrations from Nigeria (Lagos and Abuja) to Dubai are temporarily suspended until March 20, 2021.
Clients from both Abuja and Lagos won’t be acknowledged for travel during this period. Passengers who have been to or associated through Nigeria over the most recent 14 days are additionally not permitted section into the UAE (regardless of whether ending in or interfacing through Dubai).
Recently, Emirates said that it is offering its clients discounted charges to select destinations for appointments from March 8-18, 2021, which will be legitimate for travel until June 15, 2021.