Emirates airline announced the suspension of passenger service from two more countries beginning on December 28 until further notice.
Among the restrictions on travel, according to a statement on the carrier’s website, are flights from Conakry to Dakar and flights from Angola and Guinea to Dubai.
Customers from the following countries will not be accepted for travel to or through Dubai starting December 28, 2021, until further notice.
- Republic of Angola
- Republic of Guinea
Customers originating from Conakry to Dakar will not be accepted for travel. Outbound passenger operations from Dubai to these destinations remain unaffected.’
The airline announced earlier this week that it would suspend all inbound flights from Kenya, Ethiopia and Tanzania until further notice, starting December 26.
Following the suspension, UAE authorities tightened Covid-19 rules for two countries, while suspending entry from four countries.