Airline Tickets to UAE Sector Still High | Travel news


Abu Dhabi: Air fares on the India-United Arab Emirates (UAE) sector continue to dig a hole in the pockets of ordinary travelers. According to travel agencies, the lack of adequate aircraft to meet the demand for seats has led to the situation. “Fares will only return to normal levels once the airlines have started their scheduled services. Right now they are performing limited services due to the global pandemic, ”said a travel agent.

High ticket prices
The lowest fare available on Monday October 25 from the UAE sector is for the Kochi-Sharjah Air Arabia flight – Rs 19,500 to 20,800. At the same time, a seat for Dubai on the Fly Dubai service would cost Rs 26,900 at 28,200; on Air India Express Rs 28,500; Spice jet Rs 38,500; Emirates Rs 48,500 and on the connecting flight Indigo Rs 40,000.

Travel agents said a ticket to Abu Dhabi would cost an additional Rs 3,000-6,000.

Besides plane tickets, each passenger has to spend over 3,000 rupees for two PCR tests for COVID-19 in order to get to the UAE. “In total, a family of four traveling to the United Arab Emirates from India would have to pay more than one lakh of rupees for a one-way ticket,” the agent said. In other words, a one-way ticket for a single traveler costs around Rs 25,000. Incidentally, before the pandemic struck, passengers from the United Arab Emirates could make a round trip to India for only Rs 15,000 over the years. months of October and November.

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