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Gulf Today Report
The Sharjah-based budget airline, Air Arabia, announced it operated a new repatriation flight from Nepal to Sharjah carrying UAE nationals back home free of charge.
The special flight also carrying belly-hold cargo took off from Nepal on April 17 at 17:45 local time and landed in Sharjah International Airport same day at 20:25 local time.
"Air Arabia remains committed to bring stranded citizens back home as well as supporting requests to operate repatriation flights and is working closely with UAE authorities in this regard," Air Arabia said in a statement.
The airline announced earlier that it’s operating a mix of outbound only passenger flights as well as cargo flights during the month of April to multiple destinations.
Further information about the repatriation and cargo flights available on the website or by contacting Air Arabia call centre on 06 5580000 or respective travel agent.
The first commercial flight from Qatar to Egypt in three and a half years, an EgyptAir service to Cairo, took off from windswept Doha airport. Mustafa Ahmed, 38, an Egyptian technical engineer, said he was "very happy."
Air Arabia customers can change their existing and new bookings made until March 31, 2020, for travel until Dec.31, 2020, up to 72 hours prior to departure. The airline said the offer is valid for travel from March 22, 2020, and is applicable to all fares including Etihad Guest redemptions and Etihad Holiday bookings.
Air Arabia remains committed to bring stranded citizens back home as well as supporting requests to operate repatriation flights and is working closely with UAE authorities in this regard.
Governor Sindh Imran Ismail has said that the Pakistan Pavilion in the Expo 2020 Dubai is one of the best pavilions and appreciated the team who made it, which incorporates the country’s culture, heritage, places and people.
With economies either slowly or quickly picking up and the jobs landscape changing in connection with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic, Philippine government officials led by Labour and Employment Secretary Silvestre Bello III shall push for much better protection and welfare conditions of overseas Filipinos (OFs).
The two honoured people returned a wallet containing sums of money and official documents to the Transport Security Department in the Criminal Security Sector that they found at the main bus-station in Abu Dhabi.