The government has decided to repatriate Nepalis who are in trouble in the United Arab Emirates due to the global epidemic covid 19 and are in need of repatriation. The government had earlier repatriated Nepali nationals through chartered flights. In this context, the Government of Nepal has again issued a flight notice to bring Nepali citizens back to Nepal.
The list of names, who are returning back to Nepal was public on July 12, 2020. Flights from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Kathmandu are scheduled to continue in the coming days. Therefore, the Nepalis included in the return list have been asked to get tickets for the flight. The Nepalese Embassy has requested to get the ticket from the airline on the date as per your convenience.
Check the Flight schedule
According to the schedule, Himalayan Airlines will operate a total of 4 flights from Abu Dhabi on August 1, 2, 3 and 5. Similarly, Nepal Airlines will operate 4 flights from Dubai on August 2, 4, 6 and 8. Similarly, Air Arabia is operating 4 flights from Sharjah on August 1, 2, 6 and 7. Fly Dubai is scheduled to fly on July 31, August 3 and 4. Etihad Airways is scheduled to fly from Abu Dhabi on August 1 and 8.
Fill COVID Online Entry Form
In a statement issued by the embassy, the ticket office of the returning airline has also mentioned the address along with the phone number. The embassy has asked the person returning to Nepal due to the covid 19 epidemic to fill the online entry form related to COVID 19. After that, it is mentioned in the notice that you have to generate a barcode and print it and take it with you.
To fill COVID 19 online entry form follow the below link.
Contact offices for Airline Tickets
According to the Nepali embassy in UAE, the total of 17 flight of Nepal Airlines, Himalayan Airlines, Etihad Airways and Fly Dubai has been conformed. Nepali citizens can fly from Dubai, abu dhabi and sarjah airports. To buy ticket, below you can find ticketing offices near you.
The Nepali Embassy in the UAE has been collecting details of Nepali citizens through the application form since April 28, 2020. Apart from this, those who want to return to Nepal can also write their names to the embassy through telephones, emails and Facebook.
The government of Nepal had operated 49 flights from Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah airports in the UAE. About 7,500 Nepalis have been repatriated so far through Nepal Airlines, Himalayan Airlines, Etihad Airways and Fly Dubai, according to the Government of Nepal.