Repatriation of UAE residents

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Corona Virus, everything you need to know about repatriation of UAE residents:

What does repatriation flight mean?
Repatriation flights are special charter flights organized by governments in order to bring citizens or permanent resident’s holder.
These flights are generally point-to-point flights without any layover.
How much does repatriation flight cost?
Repatriation flights don’t come cheap, due to limited sellable seats, as well as the fact that the aircraft of repatriation flight can return to main destination mostly without passengers.
Which airline allows UAE residents aboard to come back to UAE?
Etihad Airways and Emirates airline start repatriation of UAE nationals and residents to Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
When is the repatriation flight to UAE start?
From 9 May 2020, we’ll be operating limited one-way flights to Abu Dhabi and Dubai to help residents return to the UAE.
Is repatriation flight of UAE residents free?
No, you have to pay for your ticket.
How can I book my flight to go back to UAE during Corona pandemic?
You can book your flight but before that you need to apply for ICA approval via the UAE Twajudi Resident service, available at MoFAIC.gov.ae.
If your application is successful, you’ll receive a unique ICA approval number, which you'll need to provide to our agents once you book.
What are the destinations for UAE repatriation flight?
Amsterdam, Barcelona, Chicago, Frankfurt, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, London, Manila, Melbourne, New York, Seoul, Singapore, Tokyo, Toronto
These destinations have been approved by the UAE Government.
What do I need to book my repatriation flight to UAE?
You must hold a valid UAE resident visa and ICA approval number
all guests will undertake PCR and thermal testing when they arrive into UAE, and are required to self-isolate for 14 days.
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