Iran to restore air traffic with UAE

Iran Air is going to reinstate some of the flights to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which had been suspended due to the coronavirus.

Iran (IMNA) - After a course of proceedings carried out by the Iranian Embassy, authoritative permission has been given to Dubai Aviation Corporation to resume flights from Iran to UAE.

Airports in Iran have implemented thermal cameras and modern technologies in hopes of decelerating the spread of the coronavirus. Sneeze guards at check-in counters have been installed in Iranian airports to reduce the transmission of Coronavirus. Face masks and antibacterial wipes are also handing out to passengers to admonish them against the pandemic. Passengers are encouraged to wipe their hands directly before and after completing the exit and entry security screening processes.

The Iranian authorities have also taken some measures to contain the coronavirus at the very beginning spot of its transmission that is airport. They apply the serious social distancing rules to seating and waiting areas. Supplementary medical checkups and tests is also obligatory for suspected cases.

The use of technology to target travelers infected with the novel coronavirus is much more intense and widespread than during previous outbreaks.

Passengers should refer to to get acquainted with the coronavirus related tests before any flight, according to the Iranian Embassy.

While "security" is Iran Air's top priority, the health and safety of public remains of utmost importance. The Airline of the Islamic Republic of Iran holds a close communication with medical professionals, and various government agencies for public health to curb the coronavirus in line with the global mission.

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