Emirati travelers and residents planning their summer holidays can now choose from more than 30 cities in 19 countries across the Emirates network, according to the Emirates News Agency (WAM).
As of next July, Emirates Airlines will operate more than 280 flights per week from Dubai to cities in Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Africa and popular tourist islands.
Spain is the latest European country to welcome the return of tourists, and as of today, June 7, tourists will be able to enter Spain if they have received the full vaccine at least 14 days before the date of travel, or they can show a negative result for the “Covid-19” examination. Conducted 48 hours prior to arrival.
Travelers will need to present vaccination certificates upon arrival and have received vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency, or one of the vaccines on the WHO emergency use list including Pfizer/BioNTech, Sinopharm and AstraZeneca. / Oxford.
Unvaccinated children under the age of 6 are allowed to enter with their vaccinated parents, and children over the age of 6 need to show a negative PCR test result, and international travelers should also fill out the online health monitoring form “FCS” before arrival.
Emirates currently operates 5 flights a week to Madrid and 4 flights a week to Barcelona, and plans to add more as the demand for travel grows.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, announced that, with Spain preparing to receive passengers who received the vaccine, starting from June 7, 2021, it will launch two weekly flights to the city of Malaga in southern Spain between July 9 and September 15, 2021 on board a plane. Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which offers spacious, economy seating options with an adjacent vacant seat, according to an official statement on its website.
This service will provide greater and smoother travel options for travelers on leisure trips between the Emirates and Spain, with Etihad service to three destinations between the two countries: Barcelona, Madrid and Malaga.
Etihad Airways also announced the launch of seasonal flights to the most famous Greek islands, Mykonos and Santorini.
Etihad Airways will operate its flights to Mykonos between July 8 and September 11, 2021, and to Santorini between July 9 and September 12, 2021, with two weekly flights to each destination on an Airbus A320.
With the launch of the safe travel corridor between the UAE and Greece, travelers who received the “Covid-19” vaccine will have more options to travel without the need for quarantine. These flights come to Mykonos and Santorini, which take no more than four and a half hours to complete the current service to Athens, according to an Etihad statement.
While Emirates Airlines continues to strengthen its operations with the return of demand and support the rapid launch of tourism through its network, with the opening of more safe corridors, providing incoming and outgoing people the ability to travel without quarantine, according to an official statement by Emirates Airlines on its website.
Emirates passengers on the European continent can enjoy comfortable travel without quarantine to Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Russia, Turkey, Spain and France, starting from June 9.
In the Middle East, Emirates passengers can enjoy holidays in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Bahrain.
Emirates Airlines provides comfortable flights to the Maldives and Seychelles, and recently announced that it will resume operating its flights to Phuket as of next July 2, and in Africa, you can enjoy city tours and luxury resorts in Morocco, Kenya and Tanzania.
Thanks to the rapid progress of the vaccination program, the United States has become “increasingly popular among tourists.” Emirates Airlines currently operates flights to 11 destinations in the United States, and will add Miami as a new destination on July 21.
The airline will also operate the A380 aircraft to several global cities this summer, including New York and Los Angeles. Mexico City also continues to receive tourists and businessmen, and Emirates Airlines will resume its service to the city from July 2, next.
Emirates continues to strengthen its partnership with flydubai, as it has expanded the joint network and flight program to 48 cities in 33 countries without the need for a quarantine this summer, providing travelers with more options.
Emirates is also developing IATA Passport capabilities on its flights to Barcelona, Moscow, Istanbul, New York JFK, Madrid and London Heathrow with plans to expand all flights by next July, in addition to paperless verification. of medical records related to “Covid-19” through its partnership with the Dubai Health Authority.
It is worth noting that the airline recently introduced contactless technology to facilitate the passage of customers through Dubai International Airport.