Starting July 14, FlyDubai launched direct services on the Dubai-Baku-Dubai route. Flights will be operated twice per week on Tuesdays and Fridays. Tickets are available on the official website (www.flydubai.com). Notably, the flights are to be operated subject to special conditions. Thus, due to changes in the UAE's entry regulation, only the following passengers will be allowed on Baku-Dubai flights: - those who are not required first to obtain a visa to enter the country; - those who have a tourist visa; - those who have a residence permit in the UAE. These passengers must apply for entry permits at the following link:
Residents of other emirates should obtain permission at https://smartservices.ica.gov.ae/echannels/web/client/default.html#/login. Entry permission must be obtained before check-in. Also, all passengers arriving in Dubai must download and register in the following app: Android:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ae.gov.dha.covid19&hl=en_US IOS: https://apps.apple.com/ae/app/covid19-dxb-smart-app/id1504818399 Azerbaijani citizens can only purchase tickets for Dubai - Baku flights.
According to the new rules, only passengers who have been tested for coronavirus (COVID-19) will be allowed to board the flights. Given this, the list of laboratories accredited by the Management Union of Medical Territorial Units (TABIB) where passengers can be tested for COVID-19 without a doctor's referral has expanded.
The list can be found below: - References Clinical Laboratory Centre; - Leyla Medical Centre; - Memorial Clinic; - Bona Dea International Hospital; - Inci Laboratories; - Center for Control of Particularly Dangerous Infections; - Caspian International Hospital; - UltraLab.
Passengers can be tested for COVID-19 in clinics and laboratories of the UAE that issue a certificate of PCR testing.