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UAE & INDIA International Arrival & Departure Travel Guidelines

 

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During Covid-19 situation, different countries have taken their respective protocols for passengers who arriving and departure at their airports. If you are planning to travel to UAE to INDIA and INDIA to UAE, before you travel check the complete guidelines, of both of the countries and enjoy a hassle-free and safe journey!  

Here, UAE & INDIA International Arrival & Departure Guidelines:

                                                 DUBAI

COVID-19 Guidelines For Passengers From Dubai to India:

  • Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding UAE passports, and UAE nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
  • To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

 

COVID-19 Guidelines For Passengers From India to Dubai:

  • UAE nationals, residents, others holding any type of visa or seeking visa on arrival shall be allowed to travel
  • UAE residents who have Dubai issued residence visa must obtain GDRFA approval before travelling through https://smart.gdrfad.gov.ae/Smart_OTCServicesPortal/ReturnPermitService.aspx
  • UAE residents holding residence visa issued through any other emirate are required to upload their Emirates ID number, passport, and nationality on https://uaeentry.ica.gov.ae/ to verify the authenticity of their travel. In order to be able to travel, customers must show a green status against their registration details on above website.
  • Customers with UAE resident permits expired before 01st March 2020 shall not be permitted to enter UAE. They shall be required to obtain a new visa before travelling
  • Customers holding UAE resident permits expired after 01st March, 2020 shall be permitted to enter UAE till 31st December with a condition that the customer shall get the visa revalidated within 30 days of arrival into the UAE
  • UAE residents who have stayed outside the country for more than 180 days shall also be allowed to enter UAE
  • Seamen shall be allowed to travel to Dubai with all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and should be in possession of valid 96Hrs transit visa. Seamen intending to travel beyond UAE are currently not permitted to travel on our flights
  • Customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a Certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/pdf/covid/labs/COVID_Testing_Labs_10072020.pdf issued no more than 96 hours before departure
  • Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from Pre-COVID test
  • All customers must undergo a PCR test upon arrival into Dubai as well
  • Transit/transfer beyond UAE will not be permitted
  • All customers must fill up two forms:
  • Self-health declaration to be filled and submitted to IndiGo during check-in
  • Quarantine undertaking form to be filled and submitted to authorities upon arrival into Dubai
  • All customers must download the COVID-19 Dubai Smart App and generate a QR code on their device before entering Dubai. Click to download– Android & iOS versions of the App

 

                                               SHARJAH

COVID-19 Guidelines For Passengers From Sharjah to India:

  • Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding UAE passports, and UAE nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
  • Customers departing from Sharjah must be in possession of valid negative RT-PCR certificate issued within 96 hours of the departure. Children under 12 years are exempted from pre-Covid test
  • To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

 

COVID-19 Guidelines For passengers from India to Sharjah:

  • UAE nationals, residents or others holding any type of visa shall be allowed to travel.
  • Customers seeking Visa on Arrival shall not be allowed to travel
  • ICA approval is not required, however it is mandatory for the UAE residents to upload their Emirates ID number, passport, and nationality on https://uaeentry.ica.gov.ae/ to verify the authenticity of their travel. In order to be able to travel, customers must show a green status against their registration details on above website
  • UAE residents with GDRFA approval shall be allowed to travel to Sharjah
  • Customers with UAE resident permits expired before 01st March 2020 shall not be permitted to enter UAE. They shall be required to obtain a new visa before travelling
  • Customers holding UAE resident permits expired after 01st March, 2020 shall be permitted to enter UAE till 31st December with a condition that the customer shall get the visa revalidated within 30 days of arrival into the UAE
  • UAE residents who have stayed outside the country for more than 180 days shall also be allowed to enter UAE
  • Seamen shall be allowed to travel to Sharjah with all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and should be in possession of valid 96Hrs transit visa. Seamen intending to travel beyond UAE are currently not permitted to travel on our flights
  • Customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/pdf/covid/labs/COVID_Testing_Labs_10072020.pdf issued no more than 96 hours before departure
  • Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from pre-Covid test.
  • All customers must undergo a PCR test upon arrival into Sharjah as well
  • Transit/transfer beyond UAE will not be permitted
  • All customers must undergo 14-day home quarantine if the stay is in Sharjah.
  • If proceeding to Dubai upon landing into Sharjah, then quarantine rules of Dubai will be applicable
  • All customers must fill up the quarantine undertaking form and submit to authorities upon arrival into Sharjah
  • All customers must download and register on the ALHOSN App

 

ABU DHABI

COVID-19 Guidelines For passengers from Abu Dhabi to India

  • Eligibility to travel to India: Stranded Indian nationals; All Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) cardholders holding UAE passports, and UAE nationals (including diplomats) holding valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines dated 30.06.2020
  • Customers departing from Abu Dhabi are required to be in possession of valid negative RT-PCR certificate issued no more than 96 hours before departure. Physical copy of the certificate is required to be submitted with airline representative at the time of check-in
  • ***Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from pre-Covid test
  • To know the detailed Indian guidelines for arrivals into India, please see ‘Arrivals into India’ section

 

COVID-19 Guidelines For passengers from India to Abu Dhabi 

  • UAE nationals and residents are allowed to travel
  • Customers seeking Visa on Arrival shall not be allowed to travel
  • ICA or GDRFA approval is not required, however it is mandatory for the UAE residents to upload their Emirates ID number, passport, and nationality on https://uaeentry.ica.gov.ae to verify the authenticity of their travel. In order to be able to travel, customers must show a green status against their registration details on above website.
  • Seamen shall be allowed to travel to Abu Dhabi with all necessary documents such as passport, CDC booklet, Guarantee letter, Ok to Board Letter and should be in possession of valid 96Hrs transit visa. Seamen intending to travel beyond UAE are currently not permitted to travel on our flights
  • Customers must carry a negative PCR certificate in printed form, from a government-approved laboratory in India (ICMR) or a certified designated laboratory which is available on https://www.icmr.gov.in/pdf/covid/labs/COVID_Testing_Labs_10072020.pdf issued no more than 96 hours before departure
  • ***Note: Children under 12 years are exempted from pre-Covid test
  • Residents must undergo a PCR test upon arrival into Abu Dhabi as well
  • Transit/transfer beyond UAE will not be permitted
  • All customers must agree to undergo 14-day home quarantine
  • All customers must fill a health declaration form and submit it at the Immigration counter on arrival
  • All customers must download and register on the  ALHOSN App

 

Planning an onward journey! check the state government Regulations 👇👇👇



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