Passengers carrying Sri Lankan, Indian, Nepali, Nigerian, Pakistani or Ugandan passports with tourist visas will be accepted to the United Arab Emirates, if they have not entered or been in those countries in the last 14 days.
On its website Flydubai said PCR requirements will be based on the country of departure.
UAE residents holding valid Dubai-issued visas to Dubai from Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Uganda will be permitted subject to passengers meeting certain conditions.
Accordingly they must present a printed copy of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result in English or Arabic from a test taken in the country of departure by an approved health service no more than 48 hours prior to the departure of their inbound flight to Dubai.
They must also undergo a rapid PCR, PCR, ID NOW or molecular test for detection of COVID-19 at the airport within six hours of boarding the aircraft in their country of departure and undergo a PCR test on arrival in Dubai.