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All you need to know to travel with flydubai

Fly from 07 July

  • All you need to know if you are travelling this summer
  • A simple guide for international visitors, returning residents, UAE nationals and residents
  • Flights are available to book on flydubai.com
  • flydubai’s flight schedule will resume from 07 July

Dubai-based flydubai offers a simple guide for those planning to travel this summer following the relaunch of its schedule available from 07 July.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer of flydubai, said: “the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we travel and we will all have to play our role.  This is why we are sharing these simple steps for passengers to follow to enable them to travel safely and hassle-free this summer.”

The guidelines for travel offer passengers confidence in knowing what they need to do to fly once again, whether you are an international visitor, returning resident, UAE national or resident.

Bringing friends and family to Dubai

From 07 July, Dubai is open for visitors and these are the steps that visitors need to complete before travel:

  • Check the visa requirements for the UAE – they are the same as they were prior to COVID-19. This includes visa on arrival for the passport holders of 47 countries
  • Purchase international travel insurance that includes health coverage
  • Complete a health declaration form stating you are free from COVID-19 symptoms and sign a quarantine undertaking form stating you will bear all costs of quarantine and treatment in the event you contract COVID-19
  • Take a PCR test ahead of travel. The certificate must show a negative result and have been issued within 96 hours of arrival 
  • If it is not possible to take a PCR test ahead of travel, one can be taken on arrival at Dubai International (DXB). The passenger will need to quarantine until they receive their results. If the results are positive they must quarantine for 14 days

Coming home

UAE residents who wish to return home can now do so after completing the following steps before they travel:

  • Apply for approval to return to Dubai on the Dubai's General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) website
  • Complete a health declaration form stating you are free from COVID-19 symptoms and sign a quarantine undertaking form stating you will bear all costs of quarantine and treatment in the event you contract COVID-19

 

Taking a break or travelling for business

UAE citizens and residents can now travel to any destination that is open for visitors they must also complete these steps:

  • Check the IATA Travel Centre website to understand if any restrictions are in place at the destination of travel
  • Please remember that you will need to book a return ticket
  • Purchase international travel insurance that includes health coverage
  • Complete a health declaration form stating you are free from COVID-19 symptoms and sign a quarantine undertaking form stating you will bear all costs of quarantine and treatment in the event you contract COVID-19

 

Everyone arriving in Dubai

On arrival at Dubai International and for the duration of the stay in Dubai, they must follow these steps:

  • Take a PCR test at Dubai International (unless you are able to present a negative result issued within the last 96 hours)
  • Quarantine until the results of the test have been received
  • If the results are positive for COVID-19, a 14 day quarantine period must be observed
  • Download the COVID19 - DXB Smart App (from Apple App Store or from Google Play Store) to register with the Dubai Health Authority before leaving the airport. There is free Wi-Fi available at Dubai International
  • Comply with all the precautionary COVID-19 measures in place in Dubai, including wearing a mask, observing social distancing and washing your hands regularly

flydubai will be announcing details of its customer journey shortly which will detail what passengers can expect and what information they need to know the next time they flydubai.

Flight bookings can be made on flydubai.com. Passengers are required to make sure that they are up to date with the regulations from the IATA Travel Centre for their whole journey.

About flydubai

From its home in Dubai, flydubai has created a network of more than 90 destinations and over the next decade the airline will see its fleet grow by up to 236 aircraft. Since commencing operations in June 2009, flydubai has been committed to removing barriers to travel, creating free flows of trade and tourism and enhancing connectivity between different cultures across its ever-expanding network.

flydubai has marked its journey with a number of milestones that represent the scale of the ambition planned for the airline:

  • An expanding network: Created a network of more than 90 destinations in 48 countries across Africa, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Central and South-East Europe, the GCC and the Middle East, and the Indian Subcontinent.
  • Serving underserved markets: Opened up more than 65 new routes that did not previously have direct air links to Dubai or were not served by a UAE national carrier from Dubai.
  • An efficient single fleet-type: Operates a single fleet-type of more than 50 Boeing 737 aircraft. 
  • Record-breaking orders: Placed the largest single-aisle aircraft orders in the region at the 2013 and 2017 editions of the Dubai Airshow.
  • Enhancing connectivity: Carried more than 75 million passengers since it began operations in 2009.

For all our latest news, please visit the flydubai Newsroom.

flydubai
Dubai Aviation Corporation, trading as “flydubai”,
Dubai International Airport,
PO Box 353,
Dubai,
UAE

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