The United Arab Emirates National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA) has announced the removal of 12 African countries from the UAE travel ban list.
According to the announcement made by the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Emergency Management Authority (NCEMA), passengers from Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Kongo, South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe will be allowed to enter the United Arab Emirates from 29 January 2022.
#الطوارئ_والأزمات and civil aviation: Resuming entry for arrivals from Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Republic of the Congo, Republic of South Africa, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe, and updating entry procedures for those coming from Uganda, Ghana and Rwanda, starting from January 29th
Recall that Ghana, Uganda and Rwanda were removed from the travel ban list recently.
When Will The Airlines Resume Flight To Dubai, UAE
The removal of all the countries from the travel ban list does not automatically mean that flight will resume on the 29th of January 2022.
All the airlines that operate flights to Dubai, United Arab Emirates will announce differently the date they will resume flight to the UAE.
Below is the list of airlines that has resumed flights from Nigeria to Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Egypt Air
Covid19 Requirements For Passengers Travelling to The United Arab Emirates.
- Passengers are required to present the following before they will be allowed to enter the United Arab Emirates.
- A negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate with QR codes.
- A 48 hours test is required. The test must be conducted at an approved facility.
- Passengers will conduct a PCR test upon arrival in UAE.
- 6 hours Rapid test (contact your airline to know if this covid-19 rapid test is required).