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Three Airlines begins direct services, connecting Hyderabad to Dubai and Sharjah

Three Airlines have begun their operations to Hyderabad, i.e, reconnecting the city to Dubai and Sharjah, with the help of India’s Air Transport Bubbles arrangement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The three Airlines are Emirates, FlyDubai, and Air Arabia, which are resuming their services to the Hyderabad International Airport.

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Passengers who want to travel to Dubai or fly to Hyderabad city can choose between Emirates and FlyDubai flights whereas people who want to travel between Sharjah and Hyderabad have the only option of Air Arabia airlines.

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On which days, flights will operate?

Emirates and FlyDubai airlines are resuming their services between Hyderabad and Dubai with flights, three times a week. Emirates flights will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, while FlyDubai flights will be available on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Whereas Air Arabia airlines resumed services between Hyderabad and Sharjah, with flights operating three times a week that is on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.

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From September 8, Air Arabia resumed its flight operations between Hyderabad and Sharjah whereas FlyDubai and Emirates airline services restarted from September 10.

Passengers who wish to travel Dubai or Sharjah or want to fly back to Hyderabad city can book their tickets through the respective airlines. They should book the tickets according to the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs. All passengers will have to follow the appropriate safety measures to prevent COVID 19.

Necessary guidelines to follow during travel

The arrival and departure of the passengers of international flights will be done as per the safety protocols of the airlines. It will be done through fully sanitized International Arrivals and Interim International Departures Terminal (IIDT) of GMR-led Hyderabad International Airport, which has been kept ready for the flight operations.

There are mandatory screening and necessary safety protocols, throughout the terminals with the mandatory social distancing enforced through the special queuing arrangements for the safety of passengers at the passenger’s processing points.

With the help of Air transport bubbles, Airlines such as British Airways have resumed their services to connect Hyderabad to the UK and beyond.

 

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