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UAE extends suspension of flights from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal till July 7

Passengers arrive at Islamabad International Airport. File

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

The UAE airline Etihad Airways has extended the suspension of flights from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal till July 7.

All passengers travelling from these countries will not be able to enter the UAE.

The decision also includes travellers who have visited the above-mentioned countries in the past 14 days.

The Etihad website said, “UAE Nationals, holders of UAE Golden Visas and members of diplomatic missions who comply with the revised published COVID‑19 protocols will be exempt for travel.”

The website also said that suspension may be extended further.  

UAE airlines have already announced the suspension of flights from India until July 6.

However, Indian and Pakistani expatriates, hit by travel restrictions, are hopeful that the UAE flights will resume soon as coronavirus cases are declining in their respective…

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