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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
Sharjah authorities have refuted the rumours swirling around smoke from one of the engines of its fleet at Sharjah Airport.
The airport officials said that the minor incident was reported from a Turkish jet.
In an official statement, the authorities said, “The Department of Civil Aviation in Sharjah confirmed that what was circulated about smoke from one of the engines of an aircraft in the airspace of Sharjah belongs to a Turkish cargo plane that suffered a slight malfunction two minutes after it took off and was repaired by the pilot on its way, to continue its destination and land in Istanbul safely without any damage.”
On the other hand, Sharjah has updated the procedures and requirements for traveling through Sharjah Airport.
Travel is now permitted for all citizens and residents through Sharjah Airport to or from any destination in accordance with the procedures of respective countries of origin.
Travellers are fully responsible for their actions and they must assess the epidemiological or Covid-19 situation of the countries they are planning to visit.
Both tourists and residents must ensure that they have adequate health insurance that covers all costs of treatment and isolation until the results of their PCR medical test arrive.
All travellers to Sharjah must have a negative PCR test report, conducted not more than 96 hours earlier, before arriving at Sharjah Airport.
Travellers will have to undergo another PCR test upon arrival at Sharjah Airport regardless of their earlier negative report.
All incoming travelers must subject themselves to self-quarantine at their residence until the results of their PCR test are confirmed.
In case the result is negative, they are entitled to move, if the result is positive, the travelers concerned will have to undergo home/health quarantine up to a period stipulated by the UAE Ministry of Health and Community Protection.
In case of a positive case of PCR test, the period of medical isolation is 14 days, with travelers or their sponsors bearing the expenses of treatment and isolation. In the event of non-compliance of quarantine restrictions, they will be liable to strict legal action and penalties.
This policy will be reviewed to align with the general situation whenever the need arises.
Procedures and requirements for the return of residents to UAE through Sharjah Airport (residencies issued by the UAE)
All the residents are allowed to enter the country through Sharjah Airport without obtaining prior approvals.
All travelers will have to undergo another PCR test upon arrival to the borders of the emirate.
It is mandatory for all travelers to undergo a PCR test with a negative result not more than 96 hours before traveling.
Any traveler with positive results will have to isolate and medicate at their own or their sponsors expenses.
Travelers are required to download ALHOSN app.
As a result of attracting new airlines and the expansion of operations by existing airlines, Sharjah Airport recorded a growth of 9.56% in passenger movement with more than 3.15 million passengers during the first quarter of 2019 as compared to 2.880 million passengers in the first quarter of 2018.
Sharjah Airport Authority (SAA), announced that it has finalised preparations for Air Cargo Europe 2019, which will be held at Messe Munchen in Munich, Germany, from 4th - 7th June. SAA will participate in order to communicate
They exaggerated her age in the passport. Upon arrival at a Sharjah airport, they took her to an apartment (brothel) in Al Muteena. She cried. They demanded her to work and repay Dhs10, 000 they spent on bringing her.
This was announced by Mohammed Hassan Khalaf, through the "Direct Line" programme, via Sharjah Radio, showing an image of the location of Salem Bin Abdullah Al Owais Mosque.
A trial opened on Wednesday in Spain over a 2013 train derailment that killed 80 passengers and injured 145 others. Prosecutors are seeking four-year prison sentences for the train driver and for a former security director at state-owned rail infrastructure company ADIF.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) will begin operating electric abra tourist services for visitors to Global Village on Oct.25, 2022, in conjunction with the start of the Village's 27th season (2022–23).