Airlines bear the cost of the PCR examination for all passengers coming to the country, starting from the beginning of next week, in a plan to relieve the suffering of travelers.
The Deputy Director General for Abu Dhabi International Airport Affairs, M. Saleh Al-Fadaghi, issued a circular to the airlines operating at Abu Dhabi International Airport, charging airlines the cost of checking the "pcr" for all passengers coming to the Emirates via the "Emirates - Traveler" platform.
The circular stated that these decisions came in implementation of the decisions of the Council of Ministers to impose institutional quarantine on all passengers coming to the Emirates for a period of 7 days, starting from the date of February 21.
The circular stressed the need for airlines to abide by the decisions of the Council of Ministers and not to allow passengers to board the plane if they do not fulfill the requirements of the above-mentioned decisions.
And registration on the platform, and that whoever violates these decisions will be subject to legal procedures in the Emirates.