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WOW Dubai: flight program launch and basic rules to enter the country
SkyUp, Kyiv, Ukraine,
Oct 08, Thu, 2020
September 26, 2020, the Ukrainian airline SkyUp has started operating Kyiv – Dubai – Kyiv flights. Departures are scheduled twice a week: on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The frequency of flights will gradually increase from November 9, and from December 21, flights will be operated 5 times a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
What do you need to know to travel to Dubai?
- From August 1, 2020, to enter Dubai, everyone must provide an original negative PCR test result in English with a laboratory seal, made no more than 96 hours before arrival in the UAE, as well as a health insurance policy that covers possible costs for Covid-19 treatment in the country.
- Passengers must fill out a questionnaire that is issued on board of the aircraft during the flight, and upon arrival, hand it over to the quarantine service representatives.
- Prior to departure, passengers must install the Covid19 – DXB Smart App and register in it for further possible communication with the UAE health authorities.
- Upon arrival in Dubai, mandatory free PCR testing will be carried out. After it and before the official announcement of the negative result, all tourists must be in self-isolation. The test result must be received in the mobile application within 24 hours.
Please note that check-in at the airport is paid at Dubai International Airport. Passengers can check in for free online in their personal account, and then be sure to receive a boarding pass at the check-in desk. Those who wish to check-in directly at the airport must pay 18 euros* in national currency equivalent, as well as a handling service commission of about 50 dirham (approx. 390 UAH)*.
To have a comfortable trip and to avoid unnecessary misunderstandings, we recommend that you additionally check the current rules and requirements before departure. Take care of yourself and discover the world with SkyUp.