If you are planning to go to Dubai, then this news is definitely for you as Emirates airline recently announced that it will resume flights connecting India, South Africa and Nigeria to Dubai from June.23, 2021.

The announcement came after the Dubai government announced the easing of travel restrictions from countries including India. Amid the second deadly covid wave in April, the United Arab Emirates closed its borders for Indian travellers.

Latest Guidelines For Travellers From India To Dubai

1) Only passengers with a valid residence visa who have received two doses of a UAE-approved vaccine, are allowed to travel to Dubai.

2) The four vaccines approved by the UAE government — Sinopharm, Pfizer-BioNTech, Sputnik V and Oxford-AstraZeneca.

3) All the passengers travelling to Dubai from India should present a negative RT-PCR test report taken 48 hours before departure. Only QR-coded negative PCR test certificates are accepted.

4) Passengers travelling to Dubai from India are required to undergo a rapid PCR test four hours prior to departure to Dubai.

5) Also, another RT-PCR test will be done on arrival in Dubai.

6) Upon arrival, all the passengers from India should undergo institutional quarantine until they receive their RT-PCR test report, which is expected to be received in 24 hours.

Indigo tweeted: "Are you flying to Dubai? Make a note of this important terminal information."

Dubai Airport's Terminal 1 is reopening this Thursday after a 15-month shutdown. Last year, operations through Terminals 2 and 3 were consolidated amid the coronavirus pandemic.


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