We welcome FlyArystan to take Sharjah Airport as a station and destination for its flights, said Ali Salim Al Midfa.
After the aircraft had landed, it was met by Sheikh Faisal Bin Saoud Al Qassimi, Director of Sharjah Airport Authority, and Madiyar Menilbekov, Ambassador of Kazakhstan to the UAE, in addition to a number of directors of the Authority, who welcomed the passengers and crew.
Ali Salim Al Midfa, Chairman of Sharjah Airport Authority, said, "We welcome FlyArystan to take Sharjah Airport as a station and destination for its flights. We are always keen to provide the best services and facilities to all our partners to enhance a unique travel experience, in line with the highest level of precautionary measures. This has contributed to continually attracting new companies and enhancing customers' confidence in what Sharjah Airport provides. This new launch will contribute to consolidating Sharjah's position as an international center for tourism, culture and business, and attracting more tourists from Kazakhstan to the emirate."
He added, "We wish FlyArystan every success in this new step with the opening of direct flights between the Emirate of Sharjah and the city of Almaty, which will give more possibilities for travelers who wish to visit Kazakhstan for in order to entertain or make business."
Passengers travelling from the UAE to Denmark must present a negative COVID-19 no older than 24 hours before boarding. On arrival they must take another test and isolate for 10 days, the embassy said, adding that these rules apply until Feb.28.
A government body dealing with the pandemic said the monthlong travel restrictions would start from Saturday and aim to prevent the spread into the country of coronavirus strains from other countries which are believed to be more contagious.
"It is not just a mission that brought back stranded and distressed citizens from around the world, but Vande Bharat has been a mission of hope and happiness, of letting people know that they will not be left behind even in the most testing times," Puri said.
The latest phase of these repatriation flights, known as the "Vande Bharat Mission," began on March 1 and will last till March 28. Slightly more than 1,350 international flights are scheduled to be operated from 28 countries in this phase, enabling an estimated 260,000 Indians to travel home.
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