Emirates Airlines, the premier UAE airline, has stated that the airlines will be extending the ban till July 15 on passenger flights from Pakistan. On Saturday, it was announced by the UAE airlines that passenger flights from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan will be suspended till July 15, 2021, on the UAE governments’ directives. Emirates airlines further announced that it will not carry any traveler who was on a connected flight through Sri Lanka, Pakistan, or Bangladesh in the last 2 weeks. UAE Golden Visa holders, UAE nationals, and diplomatic missions’ members are exempt from this restriction. On 28th June 2021, the GCAA (General Civil Aviation Authority) of the UAE government extended the ban on flights coming from 14 countries, that included Pakistan also, till July 21, 2021, in the wake of the ongoing COVID pandemic. This ban, however, is not applicable on cargo flights, charter flights, or business flights.
Emirates Airlines ne Pakistan se anay wali musafir parwzon per pabandi July 15, 2021 tak barha di
Emirates Airlines, jo ke UAE ki sab se barri airline hai, ne ye ilaan kia hai ke airlines Pakistan se anay wali musafir parwazon per ban July 15 tak barha rahi hai. Saturday ko UAE ki airline ne ye ilaan kia ke UAE ki government ki hidayaat ke mutabiq Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, aur Pakistan se anay wali musafir parwazon per July 15, 2021 tak pabandi ho gi. Emirates airlines ne ye bhi ilaan kia ke wo kisi aisay musafir ko bhi nahi le ker aye gi jis ne pichhlay 2 weeks main Sri Lanka, Pakistan, ya Bangladesh se connected flight ke zariye safar kia ho ga. UAE Golden Visa holders, UAE nationals, aur sifarti wafood ke members per iss pabandi ka itlaaq nahi ho ga. June 28, 2021 ko UAE government ki GCAA (General Civil Aviation Authority) ne haalia COVID pandemic ki waja se 14 mumalik se anay wali parwazon per July 21, 2021 tak ke lye pabandi aied ki thi. In 14 mumalik main Pakistan bhi shamil hai. Taham iss pabandi ka itlaaq cargo flights, charter flights, aur business flights per nahi ho ga.