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Pakistan Issues New Guidelines Gor International Passengers (UAE)

 

    

The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority has issued new guidelines for international passengers in order to prevent the Islamabad International Airport from being overcrowded.

According to the new instructions, passengers must be present at the airport four hours before take off. People traveling to Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi will need to arrive five hours before their flight.

Reports from Rapid Covid tests conducted at the airport will not be sent to passengers heading to the United Arab Emirates. For other passengers, 30 people will be allowed to enter the boarding area (after the Covid-19 test) at a time.

Islamabad Airport Manager Adnan Khan has said that an announcement will be made before the airline's counter closes.

"An additional contingent of the Airport Security Force has been called in. International passengers will go through a quick security check before boarding," he added.

The development comes after the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority made the 2020-20 Security Decision mandatory for all flights to and from UAE airports. It involves a list of instructions that must be followed to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.

The PCAA previously established test facilities at eight major airports across the country, including Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Quetta and Sialkot for passengers traveling to the United Arab Emirates.

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