Restrictions expiration: July 7, 2020
PAX WHO MEET BELOW CRITERIA ARE ALLOWED. OTHERS ARE RESTRICTED.
i) UAE National ii) UAE Resident (prior approval not required) iii) Citizens from countries that are exempt from pre-entry permit/visa requirements iv) Holders of special approval
14-day Quarantine required- at place of residence during time in country.
PCR Test is mandatory for all passengers including UAE nationals and UAE residents arriving at Dubai International (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC) Airports.
All arriving UAE Nationals and residents who are living in Dubai are required to download and register with the Dubai Health Authority “COVID19 – DXB Smart App” prior to leaving the airport.
Passengers arriving at DXB and DWC have the choice of selecting home quarantine or institutional quarantine (details provided on arrival).
Foreign passengers will be allowed to enter again from July 7. There are some conditions located at https://gulfnews.com/uae/new-guidelines-for-people-flying-in-and-out-of-dubai-1.1592762280240. Passengers will require a negative COVID test prior to travel and full health insurance. Those without a test will be swabbed on arrival and if positive placed in mandatory quarantine. Until then, only UAE nationals, residents and foreigners with special permission can enter; crew layovers are allowed for cargo flights but for all other flight types you need special approval.
As of June 24 the nightly curfew from 2200-0600 was lifted for the UAE. A separate 2300-0600 curfew for Dubai was also lifted.
Country nationals that require prior visa to enter UAE are prohibited.
PCR Test and 14 day quarantine is mandatory for all passengers.
Passengers from these countries/regions are being allowed to enter:
Restriction expiration: July 9, 2020All international PAX flights arriving and departing airports within OOMM FIR are suspended. Domestic operations has resumed. OOMS and OOSA available for Emergency Diversion only. PPR 15-Min Notice required via ATC. Jetex can arrange crew accommodation in airport hotel for diplomatic flight crew operating to OOMS or OOSA.
This restriction does not apply to :
Health Authorities in the State of Kuwait have instituted the following measures for Private Flights due to the Coronavirus:
Send operation request to the DGCA with Flight Information of Passengers and Crew details. Fill out the approved Health Card and send to schedules@DGCA.GOV.KW.
Approval from Ministries of Health and Interior is required. Final approval by DGCA. Flights limited to Kuwait Citizens, their First Degree Relatives and Domestic Workers accompanying them. Non-Kuwaitis prohibited from Entry.
Aircrews allowed to use Hotel subject to Health Procedures being applied.
Health Authorities in the State of Kuwait have instituted the following measures for Cargo Flights due to the Coronavirus:
Send operation request to the DGCA; the request must include the Information of Flight, Details of the Shipment, and Aircrew. Aircrews must adhere to the procedures of the Health Authorities at Kuwait International Airport. The request can be sent to the following email schedules@DGCA.GOV.KW.
Aircrews are allowed to use the Kuwait International Airport transit hotel, if they wish, noting that Health Procedures are mandatory and will be applied.
Restriction expiration: August 1, 2020.
Authorities in Israel have extended the nationwide entry ban on foreign nationals until August 1. Israel initially barred entry to foreign nationals on March 18 as part of the country’s efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Israeli citizens and residents are permitted to return to Israel but are subject to a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Authorities may allow entry for those who can self-quarantine at home, while others will undergo quarantine at a government facility.
Israel initially closed its borders to passenger travel on March 18.
Israel flag carrier El Al (LY) Airlines previously extended its suspension of passenger flights due to COVID-19 through June 30. However, LY has announced that it will operate limited direct flights from Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) to Los Angeles Airport (LAX) in California twice a week and to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York once a week June 4-24. The suspension does not apply to cargo and emergency flights. International flights are only allowed to land at LLBG.
Israel announced that August 1 is the target date for the resumption of select international passenger flights, but that the decision will be dependent on the evolution of disease activity in the coming weeks.
Passenger Restrictions: Israeli citizens and permanent residents are still allowed entry. Israelis returning from abroad who are unable to self-quarantine must enter a designated state-run quarantine facility for a period of 14 days.
Passengers who are not Israeli citizens or residents are prohibited from entering, including transit passengers. The only way foreign passengers can enter Israel is with the approval of Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This must be initiated via the Israeli Embassy. Diplomatic intervention will be needed. Any passenger arriving in Israel must submit a form in the following webpage in order to inform the authorities of an address for self-quarantine or the inability of self-quarantine. A printed copy of the complete form must be in hand when arriving in case the passport control officer will require it: https://govforms.gov.il/mw/forms/HouseIsolation%40health.gov.il?displang=en
Restriction expiration: July 11, 2020.
International scheduled flights will only be accepted at OIIE. It is required special permission to use other INTL airports though email SPECIALPERMISSIONS@CAO.IR
The evacuation flight for evacuating other Nationality from Iran, will only be accepted to/from INTL Airport, prior permission required at least 24 hours before OPR through email SPECIALPERMISSIONS@CAO.IR
Overflight within Tehran FIR (ENR ATS) is continued in accordance with Iran AIP requirements
Flights in State of Emergency are accepted ONLY at INTL Airports
Humanitarian/MEDEVAC/Repatriation/United Nations Flights and other INTL Organizations Air Services are accepted with prior special permission from Iran CAO through email SPECIALPERMISSIONS@CAO.IR
Cargo flights are only accepted at OIIE
Disembarkation of Non-Iranian flight crews is subjected to undertaking screening test.
Restriction expiration: June 30, 2020.
Egypt is allowing passenger flights, but will require strict permission from authorities. Valid reason for coming to Egypt is required and must be ECAA approved. Evacuation flights for those departing Egypt will be easier to be approved.
Reopening all airports throughout the country from July 1. Tourism will be limited to resorts in Matrouh, Red Sea, and South Sinai coastal governorates. Authorities have reportedly instituted a series of measures to ensure social distancing at the country’s airports. All passengers must also wear masks on airplanes. Officials previously announced plans to reopen seaside resorts to international flights and foreign tourists beginning July 1.
Authorities in Egypt have announced plans to reopen seaside resorts to international flights and foreign tourists beginning July 1 amid the easing of restrictions related to coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Regular international flights will remain suspended until further notice; the measure does not apply to emergency and cargo flights. Allowed entry is dependent on certain countries of origin in the following regions – Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Middle East and Africa.
Masks and gloves are required in public places until further notice. Quarantine is not required at this time. Curfew is in effect until June 30. Curfew is from 1800Z to 0200Z. No one can move around the city during these times; transportation and stores will be closed. Delivery services will be available.
Passenger Restrictions: Pax can depart aircraft at HECA only. Must remain on board at other airports.
Travelers to Egypt will no longer undergo testing upon arrival; instead, they will be subject to temperature checks. All passengers arriving to Egypt will be required to self-isolate at home.