Etihad Airways has announced the launch of special flights for five international destinations to transport those wishing to leave the Emirates.
Private flights are for these destinations: Brussels, London, Tokyo, Zurich and Dublin.
Dubai airports announced that Emirates will resume, as of Sunday, passenger transfers to specific destinations from Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport.
Dubai Airports advised passengers in a statement yesterday to contact Emirates Airlines directly for additional information or to book travel.
She said that all departing passengers will be subject to thermal scanning, and has asked passengers to bring face masks and gloves and adhere to the rules of physical spacing.
Dubai Airports confirmed its full commitment to support the measures taken to ensure the health and safety of its employees, customers and society, according to Emirates Today.
The announcement comes after the suspension of all incoming, outgoing and transit passenger flights in the Emirates from March 24 until further notice.
Regardless of the Emirates operations mentioned above, only emergency cargo and evacuation flights will be operated from Dubai Airport and Dubai World Central Airport during this period.