UAE has extended the travel ban on flights coming from fourteen countries including Pakistan till 21st July, 2021. A notice has been issued by UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority which says that the inbound flights from fourteen countries will be suspended till 21st July due to COVID-19 pandemic.
GCAA has also said that the cargo, business and the charter flights are exempted from the ban. The fourteen countries who are facing the travel ban from United Arab Emirates are listed below.
- Democratic Republic of Congo
- Sierra Leone
- Sri Lanka
- South Africa
Travel restrictions were eased earlier from 23rd June for the visitors who have visited India, South Africa and Nigeria in last 14 days.
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