Past UAE flight lands in British isles as vacation ban comes into outcome



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The final flight from the United Arab Emirates has landed as the UK’s vacation ban will come into power.

The UAE, dwelling to megacities Abu Dhabi and Dubai, has been positioned on the UK’s “red list” of nations around the world, for which rigorous journey bans use.

British Airways flight 104 from Dubai to London Heathrow touched down on Uk soil at 12.57pm, 3 minutes prior to flights from the UAE were barred from landing in Britain for the foreseeable.

Quite a few Britons in the UAE rushed to make it house ahead of the ban came into impact.

Make-up artist Amy Wilson explained she was “lucky” to land back again in the United kingdom two hrs before the deadline.

“Can’t feel how lucky me and Jack have been with flights, bought again from Turkey two hours right before the quarantine deadline and acquiring the final flight residence from Dubai just before the United kingdom closes its borders to the UAE,” she tweeted. “Someone’s hunting out for me.”

Hundreds of travellers who experienced flights routed by the Gulf hubs from locations in Asia and Australasia have instantly discovered them selves stranded.

Video: British isles bans direct flights from UAE, shutting world’s busiest worldwide route (Reuters)

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Transport Secretary Grant Shapps introduced yesterday final evening that flights from the UAE would be banned from 1pm on 29 January, leaving travellers just 20 hrs to make alternative preparations.

The evaluate is aimed at stopping the South African variant of coronavirus from achieving Uk shores. 

Though immediate flights have been banned, British and Irish citizens and these with residency rights travelling from the UAE can even now enter the Uk, but they ought to do so through a 3rd nation.

Arrivals from the 33 countries on the United kingdom “red list” – which also incorporates Portugal, Brazil and the Seychelles – will finally be issue to lodge quarantine. 

Having said that, from 4am on 29 January, returning Brits from the UAE will have to isolate at property for 10 times alongside with their households, according to Mr Shapps.

Quite a few Britons, such as some perfectly-publicised social media influencers, are at the moment in Dubai. 

In an amusing Instagram movie, actuality tv star Jake Quickenden gently mocked the influencers nonetheless in Dubai.

“The airports, they are closing!” he cries in the video clip. “Get me my bloody scenario! 

“That was a nightmare. I just packed that speedy it was like I was operating in Lidl on the checkouts.”