Ras Al Khaimah airport will restart passenger flights on the 15th
The airport will continue to implement strict procedures aimed at protecting all members of society.
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Ras Al-Khaimah International Airport announced yesterday that it will restart passenger flights according to an integrated schedule, starting next Thursday (October 15).
The airport confirmed, in a statement yesterday, that while commercial activities at Ras Al Khaimah Airport are expected to return to their usual levels before the crisis, all arriving and departing travelers must fully adhere to a set of rules and controls that come in line with national efforts to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.
The airport will continue to implement strict procedures, with the aim of protecting all members of society.
The list of mandatory requirements for passengers departing and arriving through Ras Al Khaimah Airport, includes obtaining health insurance, conducting a Corona test within a period not exceeding four days before travel, and completing the application for health detection.
Passengers coming to the UAE must also download the "Al Hosn" application and undergo a "Corona" test upon their arrival, while staying in home quarantine or in the hotel in which they are staying until the results of the examination appear.
Executive Director of Ras Al Khaimah International Airport, Sanjay Khanna, said: “We extend our sincere thanks to His Highness Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, for his continuous support that allowed us to return to operate flights, continue operations, and gradually move them to other levels. Before the crisis ».
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