Etihad to Resume Abu Dhabi Flights From Pakistan This Sunday

Etihad Airways will start direct flights from Pakistan to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from 22 August.

According to its official website, passengers from Pakistan can fly to Abu Dhabi as their final destination from Sunday.


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From August 10, the airline resumed flights from Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, but only carried transit passengers. However, it is likely to resume direct flights as its website suggests.

A search for flights from Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad on the Etihad website generates the following results:

“From 22 August, you can fly to Abu Dhabi as your final destination under certain conditions.”


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According to the conditions, you can travel to the UAE, if you are:

  • A fully vaccinated resident of the UAE – you must have proof of having received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine within the UAE no less than 14 days before travel.
  • Medical personnel, education sector workers, or students studying in the UAE
  • Traveling for medical reasons
  • A federal government agency worker



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