According to Air India Express, India has removed the requirement of RT-PCR testing for fully vaccinated passengers from UAE.

Air India Expess said that guests who have completed the full vaccination schedule of both doses from the list of countries recognized on the basis of 'reciprocity' are exempted from RT-PCR test prior to departure for travel from UAE to India.

Air India Express said that the COVID-19 vaccination certificate should be uploaded on the 'Air Suvidha' travel portal. "All other guests should carry a negative COVID-19 PCR certificate and upload it on the Air Suvidha Portal - the test should be done within 72 hours from departure," the Air India Express said.

It said that children under the age of 5 years are exempted from testing before and after arrival. The announcement means that PCR testing is not mandatory for those traveling frequently between India and the United Arab Emirates.

After increasing the capacity of the airlines, the passenger traffic on the route will be completely closed. Emirates airline has already announced that it will increase its weekly frequency of flights to 170 per week in nine cities in India from the beginning of April.

24 months after COVID-19 caused disruption, the Indian government restored international flights in line with existing bilateral agreements.


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