The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has expanded a ban on incoming flights from 14 nations consisting of Pakistan till July 21, 2021, the Gulf News reported, pointing out a notice issued by the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA).
In a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) on Sunday, the GCAA said that flights from 14 nations, including Pakistan, will continue to be put on hold till July 21, 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
However, it said freight flights in addition to service as well as charter flights would certainly be exempted from the suspension.
According to the report, the nations dealing with the restriction on trips till July 21 include Pakistan, India, Liberia, Namibia, Sierra Leone, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Zambia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Nigeria as well as South Africa.
Previously on June 19, Dubai had claimed that an access ban on those that in the past 2 week had gone to India, Nigeria and also South Africa would ease from June 23.
Dubai, an organization as well as tourist hub, is the most populous of the UAE’s seven emirates. Throughout the pandemic, the UAE’s 7 emirates have actually set a few of their very own Covid-19 policies.
According to Reuters, a GCAA representative on Sunday claimed those taking a trip from India were still outlawed from entering the UAE yet postponed additional comment to the Dubai government. Dubai’s media workplace did not immediately react to an emailed request for comment.
Dubai reopened its boundaries to foreign visitors in July, while Abu Dhabi calls for arrivals from most countries to quarantine.