Airlines in the United Arab Emirates have announced that they will resume flights to Saudi Arabia in the coming days.
The Emirati low-cost airline Air Arabia on Thursday announced the launch of daily flights to Saudi Arabia. Flights to Riyadh, Jeddah, and Dammam will begin on September 14th, the airline announced in an official tweet.
Emirates Airline also announced the resumption of flights to Saudi Arabia. The airline said in a Tweet that “Emirates will be restarting services to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 11 September.”
Similarly, FlyDubai also announced the resumption of daily flights from Dubai International Airport to Riyadh, Jeddah, and Dammam beginning September 12. Read: Air India Opens Bookings for Flights to Saudi Arabia
Besides that, Etihad Airways announced on its website that flights to Riyadh would resume on September 11, Jeddah on September 14, and Dammam on September 15.
Saudi Arabia lifted the travel ban on the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, and Argentina on Wednesday morning. The travel restriction was imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19, amid a surge in cases of the delta variant of the coronavirus.