Bookings now open for Emirates and Etihad repatriation flights:
The airlines will operate a limited number of passenger flights from April 5
Airlines in the UAE have opened bookings for special passenger repatriation services to select destinations, with the first flight set to depart from Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
Emirates announced on Thursday that it had received approval to fly passengers outbound from the UAE to select destinations across Europe.
The Dubai airline has now opened booking for these flights, which will operate from Dubai International to London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Brussels and Zurich.
The first available flight from Dubai to London Heathrow will depart from the UAE on Tuesday, April 7. Tickets can be booked via Emirates and one-way fares start from Dh2,500 in economy class.
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Etihad to restart services with flights to South Korea
From Abu Dhabi, Etihad will continue the special passenger flights that it has been operating under government approvals during the closure of UAE airspace.
The national airline has already flown travellers from the UAE to the United States, Australia and Sri Lanka. Etihad said it will begin a regular service to a number of key destinations from Sunday, April 5.
The first flight scheduled to leave Abu Dhabi International Airport as part of these regular services will be to Seoul Incheon on Sunday, April 5.
Economy fares are not available on this service at this time. One-way business class fares are available on Etihad’s website from Dh9,937. At the time of writing there were only four seats remaining.
One-way to Manila from Dh1,359
On Tuesday, April 7, Etihad will fly to Singapore and booking is currently open on the airline’s website. One-way fares start from Dh1,674.
Economy fares on Etihad’s upcoming flight to Manila on Wednesday, April 8 are available from Dh1,359 for a one-way ticket.
On Thursday, April 9, Etihad will fly to Bangkok with one-way economy fares from Dh1,664, and Jakarta, where prices start from Dh1,719.
Flights to Amsterdam are also set to be scheduled in the near future but online bookings are not yet available on the Etihad website. This function will open as soon as the airline has secured government approval for each flight.
Passenger and transit flights still suspended
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