After the Government of the United Arab Emirates decided to open the country to tourists, the state budget airline Flydubai announced the resumption of flights to various countries in Europe and the world.
According to information published on Flydubai's website, they will soon resume flights to Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Tivat (Montenegro), Belgrade (Serbia) and Dubrovnik (Croatia), and flights to Skopje (North Macedonia) will be suspended until the winter flight schedule is drawn up. It is also reported that the decision on all air flights may be changed.
Air flights on the route Dubai-Belgrade are scheduled from July 4. At the moment, Flydubai's planes will only fly once a week, on Saturdays, during July. Flights are scheduled for July 4, 11, 18 and 25. After that, daily flights from the UAE to Serbia should be resumed.
It is reported that Flydubai airlines will start flying from the UAE to Tivat (Montenegro), starting from July 17, on July 11, the company will resume air flights to Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and on July 16, The airline will begin flights to Dubrovnik (Croatia).
At the same time, passengers arriving in Dubai will have to submit a negative test (PCR) for coronavirus, and if they do not have visible symptoms on arrival at the Dubai airport, they will be able to enter the country without mandatory isolation. Those who do not test negative for the coronavirus or have symptoms of infection will have to undergo mandatory two-week isolation.
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