Low-cost airline flydubai have opened up their routes and are selling tickets to India and Pakistan from May 21 onwards.
flydubai is the second airline to start selling tickets for regular flights as Air Arabia are also selling tickets from June 1. Destinations include Muscat, India, Pakistan and Georgia.
But, while they’ve started selling tickets, they’ve not had final confirmation that the flights will run from the UAE authorities.
If the flights are cancelled or postponed, “Customers will have two options. They can either rebook or take vouchers as refund. There will be no cash refund.”
Flights to India and Pakistan are in high-demand at the moment. Hundreds of thousands currently stranded in the UAE when the borders closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Air Arabia have started taking return bookings from June 1 to the following destinations.
Mumbai, Delhi, Trivandrum, Karachi, Peshawar, Dhaka, Colombo, Beirut, Cairo, Jeddah, Riyadh, Moscow and Vienna, among other destinations.
Meanwhile, the UAE has recently opened a new Coronavirus testing centre capable of processing nearly half a million tests every two weeks!