Countries for travel without vaccination (or with non-approved vaccination)
The zone was expanded from 100 nautical miles to 200 nautical miles from Ukraine’s border with Russia. EASA says the expanded area now takes into account the “risk posed by the threat of missile launches to and from Ukraine.”
“We have guests traveling in late March and into April toward Poland, but that’s more than a month. It’s impossible to say now how this will evolve. We are basically in wait-and-see mode,” Kozlowski said via email.
Tourists with short-term plans to visit Poland are advised to book accommodation in advance, “as some of the hotel infrastructure may be earmarked for those in need.”
“IATA is helping to facilitate the exchange of relevant and timely information with airlines from government and non-government sources to support airlines as they plan their operations around the airspace closure in Ukraine and parts of Russia.”
In response, on February 25, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, imposed a ban on UK-registered flights, as well as aircraft owned, leased or operated by a person associated with the UK, from transiting Russian airspace.
Requirements for travel to Mexico and panorama in 2021
In the case of passengers who are vaccinated with 2 or more doses of a vaccine approved by the WHO do NOT need to present a PCR upon arrival, they only need to present the vaccination certificate showing the vaccines that have been applied, the date and that has a QR code on the certificate – note that you should check if your flight makes stops in other countries may require a PCR for the country of stopover – the vaccines approved by the WHO are as follows:
You must have the 2 doses of any of these vaccines and/or it can be a combination of different brands. Vaccines NOT listed here are NOT WHO approved and therefore do not exempt the passenger from having a PCR prior to arrival in Dubai.
Also before leaving Dubai you must present a PCR with negative result, this PCR will be requested at the time of your flight back to your country (This ONLY applies if the country you are traveling to requires PCR otherwise it is NOT necessary to present a PCR to leave Dubai).
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All certificates must be in English or Arabic. Certificates in other languages will be accepted if they have been validated at the station of origin (must include the date and time of the test). The printed certificate must have a valid QR code. Digital, SMS or handwritten certificates will not be accepted.
4. You may be required to take a PCR test at Dubai airports upon arrival and self-confirm until you receive a negative result. Passengers who test positive should follow the directions of the Dubai Health Authority. All travelers should consult the requirements of the country of departure.
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What documents do I need to travel to Dubai and the United Arab Emirates? Do I have to apply for a visa? Dubai has gone from being a place to visit on a stopover to a destination where you can spend a few days enjoying its beaches, mosques, souks and, of course, luxurious shopping malls and hotels and imposing skyscrapers. We are going to get practical this time and we are going to tell you all about requirements for traveling to Dubai and the Arab Emirates.
In case you are traveling for more than 90 days or for business or professional reasons, you must be sponsored by a resident of the United Arab Emirates, either an individual or a legal entity. Recently, the Emirati government has approved a visa for those who want to telecommute. If you are interested, it is best to contact the nearest UAE embassy or consulate.
Please note that the requirements for travel to Dubai may change from one day to the next due to the coronavirus. At IATI we are constantly working to keep everything up to date, but please check this link and the airline you are traveling with before planning your adventure.