As stated on the airline’s official website, travellers from Pakistan would be able to fly to Abu Dhabi for their final destination beginning on Sunday.
From August 10, the airline started flights from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh, although exclusively for the purpose of transporting passengers between destinations. As indicated on its website, it is likely to restart direct flights in the near future.
The following are the results of a search on the Etihad website for flights from Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad:
Under certain situations, you can fly to Abu Dhabi as your final destination starting on August 22nd.
If you meet the following criteria, you may be eligible to travel to the United Arab Emirates:
- A resident of the United Arab Emirates who has received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine within the UAE no less than 14 days before travel is required to show proof of vaccination.
- Whether you are a medical professional, an employee in the education industry, or a student in the UAE, we can help you.
- Traveling for medical reasons is a common occurrence.
- An employee of a federal government agency
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