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Air Arabia has announced that it will operate new outbound only repatriation flights from Sharjah to Egypt to allow Egyptian nationals now in the UAE to return home.
The special flights will operate from Sharjah International Airport to Cairo International Airport and Borg El Arab International Airport, Alexandria, from June 11-16.
Flights are available for booking on the website or by contacting the Air Arabia call centre on 06 5580000 or a travel agent.
Air Arabia is committed to supporting requests to operate repatriation and cargo flights and working closely with UAE authorities in this regard.
Briefing the media on the progress of Phase IV of the mission, known as "Vande Bharat," Srivastava said the additional flights will from GCC countries, Malaysia, Singapore, the UK, Europe, Kyrgyzstan, and Ukraine.
UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation announced the time period for the negative COVID-19 test result for all arrivals through the country's airports, which must not exceed 96 hours from the date of the examination, instead of 72 hours previously announced.
The outbound flights from Pakistan to the UAE have been suspended since May 12 after the UAE announced suspension of entry for travellers from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka as part of the COVID-19 precautionary measures.
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