Emirates Travel Requirements From Pakistan To Dubai:
- Passengers arriving from Pakistan will no longer be required to submit a rapid antigen test report.
- They need to present a negative PCR certificate of COVID-19 for testing within 48 hours.
- Passengers should check for another type of PCR taken at Dubai airport on arrival.
- The United Arab Emirates on Tuesday announced that Pakistani tourists visiting Dubai will no longer be required to display a report of rapid antigen testing when they arrive.
Passengers arriving from Pakistan will only need to present:
A valid PCR-certified PCR test certificate with a QR code attached to the actual report for verification purposes, tests performed within 48 hours. Eligibility must be calculated from the time the sample is collected, before leaving the authorized clinic.
COVID-19 PCR instant test report with QR code test performed at departure airport within six hours of departure.
Passengers will have to check another type of PCR taken at Dubai airport when they arrive and isolate themselves until they find out they do not have it.
In addition, passengers passing through Dubai are not required to submit a COVID 19 ‑ PCR testing certificate unless authorized for their final destination.
The aforementioned travel restrictions also apply to passengers flying from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India (all cities except Kolkata), and Sri Lanka.
Emirates airlines – flydubai and S7 – have suspended certain flights to Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus due to the closure of airports in these areas.
Customers are booked to fly to these cities as their final destinations will not be accepted for boarding departure.
Flydubai has suspended flights to the following destinations until further notice:
- Kyiv (KBP)
- Odessa (ODS)
- Krasnodar (KRR)
- Rostov (ROV)
- Minsk (MSQ)
- The S7 has suspended flights to the following locations until further notice:
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Before you book
Check if you need a visa (Open an external website in a new tab). Depending on your nationality you can get a visa upon arrival, or you can apply for your pre-arranged travel visa (Opens the page on the same tab) from Dubai Immigration before you leave.
With immediate action, the nations of the nationals of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) namely, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia when traveling within the GCC countries are allowed to enter Dubai and the National Identity Card (card ID).
Before you leave
GDRFA (Opens external website in new tab) or ICA (Opens external website in new tab) authorization is not required for visitors to the UAE.
With immediate action, the nations of the nationals of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) namely, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia are allowed to enter Dubai with a National Identity Card (ID Card). ).
Needs for all passengers arriving in Dubai
From 26 February 2022, passengers traveling to Dubai from all countries (including the GCC) must meet one of the following requirements:
Submit a valid vaccination certificate indicating that the passenger is fully immunized with a WHO or United Arab Emirates (UAE) vaccine, and enter a QR code
Submit a valid COVID-19 PCR test certificate issued within 48 hours from the time of sample collection to boarding time and the certificate must be issued by an authorized health service provider with a QR code.
Submit an official medical certificate issued by the relevant authorities stating that the passenger has recovered from COVID-19 within 1 month from the date of recovery to the date of arrival.
- Printed or digital PCR test certificates or immunization certificates are accepted in English or Arabic and must include a QR code. SMS certificates are not accepted.
- COVID ‑ 19 immunization certificates without QR codes will be accepted on the way to Dubai as long as the vaccination certificate is issued by institutions/organizations recognized/accredited by the country’s national health authorities.
- COVID-19 PCR tests or immunization certificates in other languages are welcome if they can be verified from the source.
- PCR testing should be based on cell diagnostic tests aimed at detecting the nucleic acid quality of
- For transport passengers, the terms and conditions of entry to the storage area will apply.
- COVID-19 vaccination and PCR certification release for UAE people
- UAE nationals arriving from all countries in Dubai are not required to present any PCR or vaccination certificate.
- Exemptions from this requirement are also extended to the following categories of passengers traveling to Dubai from all locations:
- Relatives of the first UAE graduates traveling on the same plane
- Domestic workers accompany the UAE national sponsor
- COVID-19 PCR testing and vaccination release
- Children under 12 years of age.
Passengers with moderate to severe disabilities:
Moderate or severe disability includes emotional disturbances and mental retardation or development. Example: Severe spinal cord injury, Alzheimer’s disease, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Ataxia, Autism spectrum, Bell’s palsy, brain tumors, Cerebral aneurysm, Cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, Epilepsy, and Faintness.
All other passengers, including those who are visually impaired, hearing impaired, or physically disabled must carry a COVID ‑ 19 RT PCR test certificate as required.