Passengers are not allowed on Indo-UAE flights operated by international or local carriers.
Passenger car suspension has been extended on flights to UAE from India, the National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) has announced.
The suspension was scheduled to expire today, May 4, but has now been extended.
Passengers are not allowed on Indo-UAE flights operated by international or local carriers. The only exemptions are flights from UAE citizens, diplomats, official delegations, holders of Golden Residency visas and businessmen.
Discounted passengers will also be required to take a PCR test at the airport and on the fourth and eighth day of entry. They will also have to go through quarantine.
The NCEMA did not specify when the suspension would be lifted.
India-UAE flights were first suspended for 10 days from 11.59pm on 24 April.
Cargo flights between the two countries are not affected.