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Emirates announces limited passenger services in Africa for week ahead

Posted 23 April 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates plans to operate passenger services to limited destinations in Africa next week.

 

These services are Johannesburg (25 April), Lagos (26 April), and Tunis (30 April).

 

These services will facilitate residents and visitors wishing to return home.

 

Only citizens of the destination countries, and those who meet the entry requirements of the destination will be allowed to board. Customers will be required to follow all health and safety measures required by the UAE authorities and the country of destination.

 

Passengers are required to apply social distancing guidelines during their journey and wear their own masks when at the airport and on board the aircraft.  Travellers should arrive at Dubai International airport Terminal 3 for check-in, three hours before departure. Emirates' check-in counters will only process passengers holding confirmed bookings to the above destinations.

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