UAE is now easing Covid-19 precautionary measures across its border after tightening its borders for a year. The UAE has also scrapped PCR testing requirements for fully vaccinated travelers to the country. Keep reading this guide to know more about who can fly from Pakistan to Dubai and Pakistan to Abu Dhabi and Pakistan to UAE Flights news today.
- Flights From Pakistan to the UAE
- Pakistan to Abu Dhabi Flight Schedules & Ticket Price
- Pakistan to the UAE Travel Requirements
Flights From Pakistan to the UAE
Here is complete Pakistan to UAE flights news today available with the schedule.
Pakistan to Dubai flight schedules and ticket price
PIA Pakistan to Dubai
- PIA Karachi to Dubai: There are 2 direct flights available every week. Ticket prices start from PKR 29,400
- PIA Islamabad to Dubai: There are 2-3 direct flights available 7 days a week. Ticket fares starting from PKR 40,328
- PIA Lahore to Dubai: There are up to 2 flights available 7 days a week. Ticket prices starting from PKR 40,308
Airblue Pakistan to Dubai
- Airblue Lahore to Dubai: Airblue has up to 1 direct flight available 7 days a week. Its ticket fares start from PKR 33,307.
- Airblue Islamabad to Dubai: There is up to 1 direct flight available from Islamabad to Dubai in a week. Ticket fares start from PKR 33,307.
- Airblue Karachi to Dubai: There is up to 1 flight available 5 days a week. Ticket fares starting from PKR 25,372.
Emirates Pakistan to Dubai
- Emirates Karachi to Dubai: up to 3 daily flights available every day of the week. Ticket fares start from PKR 40,878.
- Emirates Islamabad to Dubai: up to 2 flights are available on most days of the week. Ticket fares start from PKR 55,373.
- Emirates Lahore to Dubai: up to 2 flights are available on most days of the week. Ticket fares start from PKR 56,944.
Pakistan to Abu Dhabi Flight Schedules & Ticket Price
PIA Pakistan to Abu Dhabi Flight
- PIA Islamabad to Abu Dhabi: There are up to 3 flights available all days of the week. Ticket prices start from PKR 40,308
- PIA Lahore to Abu Dhabi: PIA has up to 3 flights available all days of the week from Lahore to Abu Dhabi. Its fares start from PKR 40,308
Etihad Pakistan to Abu Dhabi Flight
- Etihad Karachi to Abu Dhabi: There are up to 2 flights 3 days a week. Ticket fares starting from PKR 38,988
- Etihad Islamabad to Abu Dhabi: Etihad has up to 2 daily flights every day of the week. Ticket fares starting from PKR 48,818
Airblue Pakistan to Abu Dhabi Flight
- Airblue Islamabad to Abu Dhabi: There are 1 daily flight 4 days a week. Ticket fares starting from PKR 31,790
- Airblue Lahore to Abu Dhabi: From Lahore to Abu Dhabi Airblue has at least 1 daily flight available up to 4 days a week. Ticket fares starting from PKR 33,711
Pakistan to the UAE Travel Requirements
Can I travel from Pakistan to the UAE?
Yes, you can. Travelers from Pakistan can now visit Dubai. Below are the entry requirements they will need to follow.
Travel ban on unvaccinated citizens
Only fully vaccinated travelers of age 18 and older are permitted to fly domestically and internationally to/from Pakistan, as announced by Pakistan’s National Command and Operation Center. Pakistanis can only travel to the UAE at the moment if they are fully vaccinated.
According to Pakistan to UAE flights news today the UAE no longer requires PCR testing for fully vaccinated arrivals from Pakistan to Dubai.
Passengers traveling to Dubai from Pakistan must fulfill any one of the requirements given below:
- They need to present a valid vaccination certificate(s) reflecting that the passenger is fully vaccinated. And vaccine must be approved by the WHO or the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and includes a QR code
- The Unvaccinated arrivals must have a valid negative COVID‑19 PCR test certificate that is issued by an approved health service provider with a QR code within 48 hours from the time of sample collection.
- They need to present a valid medical certificate with a QR code issued by the relevant authorities that the passenger has recovered from COVID‑19 within one month from the date of recovery to the date of arrival.
Please note that:
- The digital or Printed PCR test certificates or vaccination certificates are accepted in English or Arabic and must include a QR code. Keep in Mind that SMS certificates are not accepted.
- As long as the vaccination certificate is issued by a tested laboratory, COVID19 vaccination certificates without QR codes will be accepted for travel to Dubai .
- A COVID19 PCR test or vaccination certificate in another language is acceptable if it can be validated at the departure location.
- Tests based on PCR must be based on molecular diagnostics intended to detect SARSCOV2 viral genome nucleic acid qualitatively. Rapid antigen, antibody, or any form of rapid lateral flow tests and home test kits will not be accepted.
Travelers from Pakistan who have been fully vaccinated are no longer required to undergo a test before flying to Abu Dhabi.
However, if passengers are not fully vaccinated, they must present
- A negative PCR test result has taken within 48 hours, or
- A COVID-19 recovery certificate. The recovery certificate must be dated within 30 days of departure and have a QR code. Children under 16 are exempt.
If you test positive for COVID-19 during your stay in the UAE, you must isolate yourself for 10 days. The residents of Abu Dhabi are required to take two Covid-19 PCR tests separated by a gap of 24 hours to end their quarantine period.
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