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Guests will receive confirmation once their documents have been approved in line with government requirements.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Etihad Airways’ "Verified To Fly" initiative will allow travellers to validate their coronavirus travel documents before arriving at the airport, making travel mush easier during the pandemic.
The service has been included in Etihad's global travel route.
Etihad passengers can avail this service by visiting the airline’s website.
A traveller needs to click on the "Manage my Booking" icon and follow the instructions.
They will be asked to upload travel information and documents.
Passengers will receive messages, confirming them that they have been approved to travel in accordance with UAE government’s requirements.
Once approved, travellers can enjoy swift check-in at the airport.
Etihad has dedicated a special counter called the “Verified to Fly” for passengers.
After the trial, the service was launched in June.
It proved wide success. It helped travellers to understand the travel procedure and became a one-stop solution for everyone.
Etihad highlighted an important point to the media that passengers’ data are with the airline, and there is no third-party or entities involved in it.
Etihad said this was done to keep privacy of our customers in mind.
Etihad’s Vice President Global Airports and Network Operations John Wright said these are challenging times, and we make things easier for travellers, with their safety our utmost priority.
The move came as Etihad Airways and Abu Dhabi International Airport expect to welcome a large volume of passengers over the coming week, as the UAE gears up to host extraordinary celebrations for the country’s Golden Jubilee and many tourists plan to visit the country...
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.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation expressed its sincere condolences and sympathy to the Indian government and to the families and relatives of the victims.
According to local media, the man was reversing his car, and he could not see his three children who were playing behind the car, so he accidentally ran over them.
During the meeting, they discussed ways of consolidating the bilateral relations that bind the two brotherly countries and people within the framework of the same destiny and common visions.
"It was nice. This is how it normally happens in Pakistan. What is there to object to it? I think it's perfectly okay,” Maryam Nawaz remarked. Maryam and Hamza sang at one of the events held in Lahore a day ago and their videos have been circulating on social media.