Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) will resume regular flight operations to the United Arab Emirates from July 9, according to a spokesperson for the national carrier.
According to Abdullah Hafeez Khan, PIA passengers would be able to travel from Pakistan to Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, and Al Ain through the airline’s regular flights.
In a statement, the spokesperson said that the airline had previously been operating one-way flights to bring back Pakistanis stranded in the UAE.
“All passengers will have to get tested for the coronavirus 48 hours prior to departure and will be required to submit the negative report when boarding,” he said, adding that passengers will also be required to fill a health declaration form.
Passengers could book and purchase their tickets through PIA offices, corporate website, and the concerned travel agents, the spokesman said.