We all know that with the outbreak of pandemic covid-19 many countries imposed travel bans on international travel. Saudi Arabia, among other countries, also banned international travel due to this covid. Saudi Airlines also stopped traveling abroad due to the ban. No flights are coming and going from Saudi Arabia. Now Saudi Airline Reveals The Status Of 20 Banned Countries. Read Complete Article..
Saudi Airline Reveals The Status of 20 Banned Countries With The Resumption of International Flights
The Saudi Airline responded to a citizen who wanted to know about travel to one of the banned countries. The Airline twitter account operator says the suspension of all the flights will be lifted soon from17 May 2021.
The Interior Ministry KSA announced the suspension of expats’ entry to the Kingdom. The ban was part of a campaign to combat the corona virus from 20 prohibited countries.
The list of banned countries that are banned on 3rd february are Argentina, Germany, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Indonesia, Italy, Ireland, Pakistan, Portugal, Brazil, United Kingdom (UK), Turkey, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Lebanon, France, Japan Egypt and India.
People from other countries who passed through the prohibited countries within 14 days before they applied to enter ksa, as long as that is within the first 30 days after the application.
Frequently Asked Questions FAQS
Q. When international flights will resume in Saudi Arabia?
A. The Saudi Airline lift the suspension from all the flights on 17 May 2021.
Q. Is flights open from Pakistan to Saudi Arabia?
A. Now the ban is still continued from travelling from Pakistan to Saudi Arabia.
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