Dubai’s Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan insists that Dubai and Emirates are ready to take-off again with life slowly returning to normal from the start of July.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, took to Instagram to post an image of his First Class flight ticket on Emirates to London on June 1.
Sheikh Hamdan had previously held a meeting at Dubai Airport, where together with Emirates, they plotted a plan to ‘conquer the impossible.’
Emirates have slowly been adding more flights to their schedule. And Emirates President Tim Clark has previously said he hopes Dubai will open to tourists on July 1.
We held a @TECofDubai meeting at the @Emirates building at @DXB..We have learned from @HHShkMohd how to conquer the impossible… that is exactly what we plan to do. pic.twitter.com/q7d5c1UpKZ— Hamdan bin Mohammed (@HamdanMohammed) June 1, 2020
We held a @TECofDubai meeting at the @Emirates building at @DXB..We have learned from @HHShkMohd how to conquer the impossible… that is exactly what we plan to do. pic.twitter.com/q7d5c1UpKZ
The Government also moved to announce that malls and the private sector could return at full capacity from today.
The news was announced by the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management.
All shoppers and staff must wear face masks, observe physical distancing and use hand sanitiser.