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Flydubai to return to the skies

Posted 29 June 2020 · Add Comment

Flydubai is preparing to return to the skies following the lifting of the flight restrictions in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Flydubai to return to the skies. Image: FlyDubai

 

Ghaith Al Ghaith, chief executive officer said: “The effectiveness of the response to the pandemic led by the UAE Government has enabled the flight restrictions to be lifted.  We appreciate that no effort has been spared as we see the precautionary measures eased.

 

“In these unprecedented times, we are very conscious of the role that we play as part of the global community in response to COVID-19.  We have carefully reviewed the guidance and best practice published by a number of international organisations together with those of our regulator and our industry partners. We have further built on these which has resulted in a layering of measures by the authorities, the airport and Flydubai. To realise the benefits of air travel is everyone’s responsibility. We recognise the importance of the role of the passenger in making these measures work. Together we have redefined a new way to travel which creates a partnership. It’s what we do together that will make this work.” 

 

Al Ghaith added: “Our passengers have long enjoyed the benefits and convenience of air travel. As we move into this next phase, we recognise that it is our role to enable travel in a safe environment and the role of the passenger is to be prepared and ready to travel. Only by working together can the passenger make informed decisions to book their travel. They can be confident in knowing that they can amend their travel plans should travel restrictions or personal circumstances change.”

 

 

 

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