August 30, holders of passage allows and visit visas – from nations where travel to the UAE is limited – can travel to Dubai, media has learnt.
The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA) and the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA) had said on Saturday that the nation would continue giving visas to Covid-vaccinated travelers from August 30.
Airline sources have affirmed that holders of a wide range of visa as well as passage licenses allowed by authorities in the UAE can travel to Dubai. The approved visa categories are: Employment, short or long-term visit, visit, and recently gave residence visa.
Powerful 12.01 am on Monday, August 30, explorers from Bangladesh, Congo, India, Liberia, Namibia, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Uganda, Vietnam, and Zambia can travel to Dubai.
The directives were given by the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) in a circular to airlines, a duplicate of which media has seen.
Residence visa holders should have pre-travel endorsements conceded by the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship endorsement (ICA) or the General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA) to enter the UAE.
Any remaining visa holders should introduce a valid negative Covid-19 test testament, given inside 48 hours from the hour of test assortment and from an approved health administration, which utilizes a QR code system.
“Travellers should likewise introduce a quick PCR test report that ought to be founded on atomic symptomatic testing planned for the subjective location of nucleic corrosive for SARS-COV-2 viral RNA; led at the departure airport six hours preceding departure, given QR code system,” expressed the notification.
India’s national carrier Air India has likewise given a notification to travel planners, expressing the new rules. A senior Air India official affirmed these reports to media and said they are anticipating further clarifications from civil aviation authorities in different Emirates for facilitating explorers to Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.