Flights from Abu Dhabi Airport are increasing as travel starts to resume from the emirate following measures taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Etihad has announced flights to a number of destination around the world and the frequency of flights and the list of destinations is growing.
The airline has announced plans to resume ‘a meaningful’ flight schedule from Abu Dhabi by mid-July.
For those planning to travel overseas, Abu Dhabi Airport has released guidelines for travelers coming to the airport.
As we prepare to resume operations at Abu Dhabi International Airport, we have set travel guidelines to ensure the safety of passengers and a seamless travel experience.#AbuDhabiAirport #AUH #AbuDhabi #UAE pic.twitter.com/WngRF2vSzW— Abu Dhabi Airport (@AUH) June 1, 2020
Passengers are advised to arrive four hours before their flight to allow time to go through the various safety measures required before boarding.
Masks and gloves must be worn at all times and a safe social distance of 2 metres should be adhered to.
Passengers are also requested to check with their airline for rapid-test procedures required pre-flight.
For all enquiries regarding travelling from the airport passengers can call 02 505 5555.
Health and safety procedures have also been announced for those arriving in the UAE capital from overseas, click here for more on those.