UAE FLIGHTS NEWS 2022: The United Arab Emirates is a country in West Asia. It is located on the eastern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, and shares borders with Oman and Saudi Arabia, while Qatar and Iran have maritime borders in the Persian Gulf. Abu Dhabi is the capital of the country, while Dubai, the most populous city, is an international center.
We Each emirate is governed by a sheikh and together they form the federal supreme council; One of them is the President of the United Arab Emirates. In 2013, the country had a population of 9.2 million, of which 1.4 million were UAE nationals and 7.8 million were immigrants. By 2020, the estimated population of the UAE is 9.9 million.
UAE FLIGHTS NEWS
- UAE Bans Travel For Unvaccinated Citizens
From January 10, the UAE will impose travel bans on its citizens who have not been vaccinated against the coronavirus. For vaccinated citizens, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) will allow travel after a booster dose in accordance with the country’s Covid-19 protocol.
The announcement comes amid a sharp rise in omicron cases worldwide. In the last 24 hours, the UAE recorded 2,556 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours, bringing the number of cumulative infections to 764,493, according to the Ministry of Health and Prevention. However, the UAE will allow travel for individuals who are medically exempt from the Kovid-19 vaccine, are going for humanitarian purposes, or are traveling for medical and therapeutic purposes, such as its official The Twitter handle has been notified.
- Emirates suspends flights from 8 destinations until further notice
In Dubai, Emirates Airlines announced the suspension of passenger services from eight destinations
A statement on the carrier’s website said that flights from Dubai to eight African destinations, as well as from Conakry to Dakar, have been banned.
– Luanda (Republic of Angola)
– Conakry (Republic of Guinea)
– Nairobi (Republic of Kenya)
– Dar es Salaam (United Republic of Tanzania)
– Entebbe (Republic of Uganda)
– Accra (Republic of Ghana)
– Abidjan (Republic of Cote d’Ivoire)
– Addis Ababa (Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)
The statement further said that outbound passenger operations from Dubai to these destinations have not been affected.
- UAE suspends flights from Uganda over COVID-19
The UAE suspended flights from Uganda in early June due to an increase in Covid-19 infections in the country and a large number of passengers testing positive for the virus upon arrival in Dubai.
“Passengers planning to travel to Dubai are now advised to contact their respective airlines for guidance on any change in restrictions.” However, “Emirates flights from Dubai are still operating,” the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA) said in a tweet.
Bans, flight suspensions and new Covid safety rules you must know
With the discovery of the Omicron version, cases of Covid-19 are on the rise around the world, with UAE authorities making every effort to protect the emirate and migrants. Federal and local authorities have announced a series of new Covid safety rules, including flight suspensions, travel restrictions on some and new Covid safety rules.
Emirates who have not been vaccinated with Covid-19 will not be allowed to travel despite getting a job. According to a joint statement issued by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of International Cooperation and the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority, the move would provide protection to UAE citizens between “the current global epidemic situation and the current high rate of Infection”.
- COVID-19 positive woman stopped from boarding Dubai-bound flight
A woman was found infected with the corona virus at Indore airport, after which she was barred from boarding an Air India flight to Dubai on Wednesday, an official said.
The Dubai resident has already taken four doses of two different vaccines against 44-year-old Covid-19.
- Emirates has extended its ban on flights from SA
The emirate had hoped to resume passenger flights from South Africa on the first day of 2022, but now, in a notice to travel partners, said it was extending its ban until at least January 10.
South Africa is still grappling with the effects of a comprehensive travel ban imposed following the discovery of the Omicron coronavirus version in late November.