The decision to resume India-UAE passenger entry is subject to federal government regulations, a top Emirates airline official has said.
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It is difficult for the airline to state a conclusive final date for the end of travel suspensions as it depends on the federal government’s mandate, according to Emirates chief commercial officer Adnan Kazim.
“However, work is in progress and there is an obvious eagerness to open up this route for travellers,” he added.
The senior official addressed the media ahead of Emirates launching its first ever passenger service to Miami on July 22.
The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) had recently said in a circular that inbound passenger travel from a total of 16 countries to the UAE will remain suspended until further notice.