The state-owned airlines, Emirates is ready to start its passenger flights from April 12. Emirates suspended all the passenger flights back on March 24, 2020, and since then it was only flying freighters. Much recently though, the Dubai International Airport (DXB) announced that Emirates would start flying its commercial planes from April 12. The flights will only be available to be boarded by Terminal 3. The airline isn’t going to operate at its full capacity though. It will only fly select passengers who are in the emergency of reaching some other destination or were stuck in Dubai or UAE when the lockdown took place.
Important Guidelines From Emirates
Emirates and Dubai International Airport have some essential guidelines that you need to follow to be able to board the flight. All the passengers will need to bring their face masks, gloves and also follow all the social distancing rules that are implemented. In addition to this, every passenger will be screened at the airport before boarding the flight to ensure that he/she is not carrying the coronavirus. All the passengers are advised to contact Emirates before they head to the airport for complete information of their flight and to know all the other essential details.
Dubai International Airport Committed To Help Curb Down COVID-19
All the commercial operations at the Dubai International Airport were stopped on March 24, 2020, to aid in preventing the spread of the virus from one place to another. The airport is with its government in fighting the global pandemic, and that is why it will ensure maximum health security measurements when passengers enter the airport. All the employees in the airport have been asked to maintain a proper distance from each other and the passengers. It will be ensured that the passenger is safe and healthy to board the plane as soon as he/she enters the airport.