The UAE has lifted transit restrictions for passengers travelling to and from six countries, including India, amid the ongoing coronavirus disease coronavirus pandemic. Apart from India, the ban has been lifted for Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Nigeria and Uganda.

More flight services that facilitate travel between the two countries are starting from Saturday, August 7, 2021 UAE's second largest airline and flag carrier Etihad Airways said earlier this week that flights to Abu Dhabi from several Indian cities would resume from August 7. More such flights will start from 3 on August 10. additional cities, the Etihad said.

The Country has not completely lifted the travel ban on India, `which means not everyone will be allowed to fly to the country. Only UAE citizens and travellers with resident visa coming from India are now allowed.

Updated Guidelines For UAE Travel

Indians who have a resident visa and who have been fully vaccinated in the UAE and completed 14 days after the second dose, with the GDRFA, Dubai, or ICA Will be allowed to enter UAE upon acceptance of registration.

UAE's National Emergency and Crisis Management Authority (NCEMA) said, "These categories include those with valid residency permits who have received full vaccination doses in the UAE and 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose and who have vaccination certificates approved by the official authorities in the country."

In Abu Dhabi, all travelers must undergo a mandatory quarantine for 10 days. Additionally, passengers will have to wear a medically approved tracking wristband provided by the airport authorities during the quarantine period.


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