The United Arab Emirates has announced admissions for passengers from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka on all national and international carrier flights, as well as transit passengers from these countries, starting Wednesday, May 12, 2021. Has announced the suspension.
According to a notification on the website of the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA), transit flights to and from the UAE have been exempted from the ban.
The decision also includes an extension of the suspension of passengers who were in the four countries for a period of 14 days before the UAE.
Flights between the four countries will continue to allow passengers from the UAE to travel to Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka, as well as groups from those countries that have applied for the exemption.
UAE citizens, long-term resident holders – also known as “Golden Visas” – and diplomats are not included in the ban, which covers the Islamic fast of Ramadan just before Eid. Celebrating the end of
People from all four countries had to move to another country at least 14 days ago to enter the UAE, the NCEMA said.
However, cargo flights between the four countries will continue.
The UAE Civil Aviation Authority has also asked all affected passengers to contact the concerned airlines to reschedule their flights and ensure a safe return to their final destination without any delay.