KUWAIT: Kuwait Directorate Common for Civil Aviation (ODGCA) on Monday suspended direct industrial flights from Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka till additional discover, state information company KUNA reported.
The DGCA, in an announcement, stated the residents of those nations should spend 14 days abroad earlier than heading to Kuwait.
Nevertheless, the choice taken by the Gulf state’s cupboard doesn’t prohibit cargo flights from getting into the nation.
“The choice has come in step with directions by the Kuwaiti well being authorities, contemplating the contagion standing in such high-hazard nations,” KUNA stated.
The event comes after UAE stated it will from Wednesday droop the entry of all travellers, together with transit passengers, from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka amid the COVID pandemic.
The UAE, which is made up seven emirates, has already suspended flights from India, as coronavirus circumstances within the nation spiked to world information.
The surge has spilled into Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Pakistan can also be struggling to include a 3rd wave of infections.
Flights from and thru the UAE and heading to the 4 nations will probably be exempt, the Common Civil Aviation Authority stated in an announcement carried on state information company WAM.
The GCAA stated that these coming from the 4 nations by different nations should keep in these third nations for at the very least 14 days.
UAE nationals and passengers in personal jets are exempt supplied they quarantine for 10 days and bear PCR assessments upon arrival and on the fourth and eighth days after getting into the nation.
Cargo flights will proceed to function between the UAE and the 4 nations.
— Extra enter from AFP