Want to travel from India to UAE? Here is the list of available flights
The air tickets for a one-way trip on these flights cost anything between Dh1,206 to Dh1,451.
India's national carrier Air India and its subsidiary Air India Express have released the list of flights from major cities to the UAE.
On Thursday, India's Ministry of Civil Aviation announced that the UAE residents currently stuck in India can fly back to the emirates on chartered flights organised by the UAE carriers as well as the Indian government's Vande Bharat Mission flights for a period of 15 days starting July 12.
According to the list released by Air India, there is an average of five flights to the UAE from major Indian cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kochi, Chennai, Thiruvananthapuram and Mangaluru to name a few. The flights are to Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah.
According to prices that have been made available on the Air India Express website, the air tickets for a one-way trip on these flights cost anything between Dh1,206 to Dh1,451.
More UAE carriers expected to fly
Dubai's carrier flydubai is offering tickets at a starting price of Dh1,305, according to the airline website.
Santhosh Cherian, general manager, Akbar Travels of India Middle East, told Khaleej Times more UAE carriers are also expected to announce their flight schedules from India to UAE. "We are expecting flyDubai, Emirates, Etihad, Air Arabia and other Indian carriers to update their schedules in the coming hours," said Cherian.
Chartered flights organised by the airlines in association with community groups - which was barred by the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation in India last week - is also expected to the reinstated. "The flights can also bring back expats stranded in India on the return flight, the Ministry of Civil Aviation had announced on Thursday," explained Cherian.
You can see the full list here
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