Inbound flights are suspended by Emirates Airlines amid a new variant from 7 countries. By following the travel update Outbound flights to these countries will not be affected.

Dubai: Emirates airline announced on Friday suspending inbound flights from seven countries, including Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe from Monday, November 29 until further notice. But it is also confirmed that the Outbound flights from Dubai to these countries will not be affected. Passengers traveling to these countries can continue to fly as booked. These traveling directives were announced by the Dubai COVID 19 Command and Control Centre (CCC).

The airline said in its latest travel notice, travelers coming from or transiting from these seven countries will not be allowed to travel into Dubai with effect from Monday, November 29, until further notice.
Customers who are affected can keep their Emirates tickets and when they resume flights, can contact their travel agencies or booking offices to reschedule new travel plans.

Travelers are advised to check the travel requirements for their destination. Customers who are traveling from Dubai into the countries are not impacted by the new directive and can continue to fly as booked.