travel ban
travel ban

The air carrier in the United Arab Emirates "Etihad Airways" issued that it decided, in accordance with the recent government decision and directives, to start implementing measures to ban travelers from India to the UAE, temporarily due to the repercussions and the dangerous outbreak of the Corona virus for an initial period of up to 10 continuous days. The extension will be accepted according to the development of the situation, starting on Sunday, April 25, 2021.

In a related development, a prominent official within Etihad Airways revealed that Etihad Airways will continue to operate flights heading to India, and continue transporting passengers from its network of destinations and from Abu Dhabi Airport.

In this context, the spokesperson for Etihad Airways indicated that the airline, Etihad Airways, will not allow the transportation of passengers from India.

Etihad Airways has made it clear that Emirati citizens will be excluded, as well as everyone who holds diplomatic passports, in addition to everyone who holds official employee passports, in addition to everyone who holds official dispatches, as it was decided to exempt them from the restrictions of Corona when entering the UAE through its airports, but it was decided Subjecting all groups of excluded travelers to the conditions of admission and quarantine upon arrival.
It is worth noting that Etihad Airways announced the continuation of cargo flights as usual without being affected by recent decisions between the two destinations, according to Al Bayan newspaper.