Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, trusts that the UAE could be on the UK’s amber list soon.
The UK has put the UAE in the rundown of red countries. UAE inhabitants flying to the UK will, subsequently, need to go through an obligatory 10-day lodging quarantine upon appearance.
Griffiths sees that the UAE could remain somewhat more on the UK’s red rundown prior to dropping down to another classification.
“Not this declaration, but rather I trust the following declaration will see a shift in perspective,” he disclosed to Dubai Eye’s Business Break. “Terminal 3 at Heathrow Airport is available to get flights from the countries that are on the red rundown. We imagine that we ought to have non-stop flights back to Heathrow and different focuses in the UK very soon.”
“Right now, the two governments are trading information quickly. I don’t imagine that we have a lot of uplifting news in the short term… I figure travel between the UAE and the UK can be made more secure with all that we have done to make it safe,” he said.
Dubai Airports CEO dismissed the possibility that vaccine passports are unfair.
“It isn’t so much that that the vaccine visa thought is oppressive. There are sufficient vaccines in the world to immunize everyone. Lamentably, the appropriation isn’t evenhanded. We could figure that out and move rapidly. Just 5.5 percent of the total populace has been completely vaccinated,” Griffiths said.
“In the event that we could speed up that, that would open up movement significantly more rapidly. In any case, that will consume most of the day. At first, this testing system that we have set up with Italy is an underlying advance… Vaccine passports are not a long ways behind and that will be a major push on the movement front,” he added.