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Emirates extends its ban on Pakistani flights till 7 august



Emirates reports a $5.5 billion annual loss for first time in 30 years.

DUBAI: Emirates has prolonged the ban on flights from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka until at least August 7, according to the Khaleej Times.

The suspension of incoming scheduled passenger flights from these nations to the UAE has been expanded until at least August 7, according to a new travel alert on Dubai’s flagship airline Emirates’ website.

Additionally, travelers who have linked through these countries in the last 14 days would not be approved for travel to the UAE from any other destination, according to the airline.

UAE nationals, Golden Visa holders, and personnel of diplomatic missions who follow the new Covid-19 protocols are excluded and may be permitted for travel, according to the statement.

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