Home Transport Aviation Emirates announces four repatriation flights to Cairo from Dubai The flights will depart from Dubai to Cairo on June 14, 18, 19 and 21 by Gulf Business June 11, 2020 Emirates will operate four repatriation flights from Dubai to Cairo on June 14, 18, 19 and 21 to help Egyptians return home. Apart from Egyptians stranded within the UAE, customers can also connect to these flights in Dubai from any destination on Emirates’ current network of 30 cities that it is currently flying to spread across the GCC, Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas. The flights can be booked via the airline’s website, travel agents, its sales offices or by calling its contact centre. As per the airline’s website, a one-way economy class ticket from Dubai to Cairo is priced at approximately Dhs2,000. “Only Egyptian citizens and those who meet the entry requirements of the destination will be allowed to board. Passengers will be required to comply with all requirements of the destination country,” the airline said in a statement. Travellers from the UAE must 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. Earlier this week, Sharjah-based carrier Air Arabia said that it too would operate a series of special outbound-only repatriation flights from the UAE to Egypt starting June 11 until June 16. Read: Air Arabia to operate special repatriation flights to Egypt The flights are scheduled from Sharjah International Airport to Cairo International Airport and Borg El Arab International Airport, Alexandria, in Egypt. Tags Aviation Cairo Dubai Dubai International Airport Egypt Emirates Repatriation transport Travel UAE 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Ferrari World Abu Dhabi launches new attractions to mark a decade Careem reduces fares in Dubai by up to 50% Covid-19 update: UAE records highest daily spike in infections with 1,578 new cases Think Week: What is it and will UAE professionals benefit from it?