The international airline Emirates Airlines has increased the number of flights to Dhaka. From August 3, the company will operate 6 flights on Dhaka-Dubai-Dhaka route every week.
In a press release, the airline said that the airline’s network is expanding in August. Flights will resume on August 2 in Nairobi and on August 10 in Baghdad and Basra. The total number of destinations in the airline’s global network will then be 6, of which 5 are in the Middle East and 6 in Africa.
There will be 4 flights a week between Dubai and Baghdad, 3 flights a week between Nairobi and Dubai and 3 flights a week between Basra and Dubai. Boeing 8-300 ER aircraft will be used to operate the flight. Flights can be booked through emirates.com or travel agents.
Note that if a passenger is infected with covid while traveling to the Emirates, the airlines will bear the cost of his medical expenses and quarantine. Details can be found at www.emirates.com/COVID19assistance web address.
In addition, the airline has taken special security measures at every step of the journey for the safety of passengers and employees. Every passenger is being given a free hygiene kit. So there are masks, gloves, sanitizers and antibacterial wipes.
Due to travel restrictions, travelers to the Emirates will have to meet certain conditions to enter their desired destination.
The Covid-19 negative certificate has been made mandatory for every passenger traveling abroad from Bangladesh as per the instructions of the government. Samples must be submitted for testing at any one of the 18 hospitals designated by the government 72 hours before departure.