Emirates announces temporary restrictions on travel to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and South Africa… As international travel plans continue to change, Emirates Airline has updated its temporary flight bans to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and South Africa, while Denmark prepares to once again welcome flights from Dubai. The ban on flights from Dubai to Denmark will be lifted today, following the temporary suspension of flights into Copenhagen. The new rules will take effect from 7 Feb to 28 Feb All passengers must present a negative Covid-test no older than 24 hours before boarding a flight to Denmark. The new rules will take effect from 7 Feb. Last week, Emirates announced that it would be offering one-way repatriation flights to UAE residents and citizens who are currently in the UK.
Turkey to resume flights from UK, Denmark
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Portugal, Denmark, Poland, Serbia, Austria, Croatia and Ukraine are among countries which will again be able to enjoy league football, albeit in unusual circumstances with no spectators allowed at games. The leagues, which have been exchanging information, will use similar health precautions which include regular testing of players, a limit of around people allowed in the stadium and bans on pre-match handshakes, mascots and team photographs. However, leagues are taking different approaches to the dilemma of livening up empty stadiums with Denmark the most creative. Meanwhile, leaders Midtjylland, who host Horsens on Monday, will set up a drive-in cinema with space for 2, cars outside their MCH Arena.
Turkish Airlines to resume flights from UK, Denmark
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Eksi said on Twitter passengers will need to have a negative PCR test within 72 hours of the flight, citing a decision by authorities. Turkey had temporarily suspended flights from the two countries in December due to the new strains of the coronavirus. A man who became the first person to test positive for COVID at Mount Everest base camp says it was "an easy decision" to travel to the world's highest mountain during the pandemic because the trip was cheaper.