Emirates Airline’s customer service account posted on Twitter that travelers with visas and entry permits from restricted countries can fly to Dubai. A number of questions were addressed on Twitter by Emirates Support.
“Travel permits for entry into Dubai are now open for Pakistani citizens. It said in a Tweet that you wouldn’t need approval from the GDRFA. “According to the current information, passengers traveling with newly issued visit visas can enter Dubai without GDRFA or ICA approval. According to another, you must ensure you meet all of the requirements for your arrival, departure, and transit country.
An additional response read: “Passengers who hold a tourist visa can now travel to Dubai.”. They will need to submit a negative PCR certificate within 48 hours and a Rapid PCR certificate within 6 hours before departure.” According to the customer support handle, the Emirates website will be updated “shortly.”.Earlier this week, UAE authorities had announced that tourist visas will again be issued. Starting today, August 30, people from all countries can apply for tourist visas.
Hi, it's likely that at the time of your contact with our local office, we haven't received the official update. We just did. All passengers holding short stay/long stay visa, visit visa or visa on arrival can now travel to Dubai. We'll post details on our website soon.— Emirates Support (@EmiratesSupport) August 30, 2021