Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
Emirates is planning to boost passenger services next week, adding a number of new destinations including Frankfurt (25, 27, April 29), Jakarta (April 26), Johannesburg (April 25), Lagos (April 26), London Heathrow (23, 24, 28, April 30), Madrid (April 29), Manila (24, 28, 30 April), and Tunisia (April 30) as these flights facilitate travel for visitors and residents who wish to return to their countries.
Those wishing to travel to Johannesburg, Lagos and Tunisia must contact the diplomatic representations of their countries in the Emirates. As for travelers to other destinations, they can book directly through the company’s website and choose “one way”, or through travel agents.
Only citizens of the destination country and those who meet the entry requirements will be allowed to board the plane, as they must meet the requirements and conditions of entry to the country they are traveling to, and all travelers must follow all health and safety measures approved by the authorities in the Emirates and the destination country, according to the newspaper. The Emirati statement.
And similar to the flights that Emirates has conducted so far to return the citizens of visitors to different countries, the carrier applies a modified service program for flights in compliance with health and safety rules, so the aircraft will not have any publications.
As food and beverages continue to be provided to passengers, Emirates Airlines will strive to avoid contact with crew members and passengers during service, through modified procedures for packing and packaging meals and serving drinks in their original packages. The car service will be suspended temporarily with a driver, and private lounges will be closed at the airport.
Passengers must adhere to the guidelines for social spacing and put on their own masks and gloves throughout the flight, starting from the stage of operating procedures for travel on the counters at the airport, and they should reach Terminal 3 to finish the procedures 3 hours before their flight departure times.