Two major airlines announced new coronavirus-related requirements for passengers traveling from Egypt to Canada and Dubai on Monday.
EgyptAir said that in light of the updates received from the Canadian authorities, customers are being asked to register their details on the ArriveCan Canadian app or website within 48 hours of departure.
Passengers will need to complete this step in order to obtain the authorization code with which to board the aircraft.
This requirement takes effect on October 31st.
Customers can keep up to date with the latest travel needs by visiting EgyptAir’s website or by calling 1717 in Egypt.
According to the Emirates Airline website, passengers traveling to Dubai from Egypt are now required to undergo two COVID-19 PCR tests – one up to 96 hours prior to entry and one upon arrival.
Children under 12 and passengers with disabilities are exempt from the test.
Travelers to Dubai are also required to bring a completed and signed health declaration form, which they must present on arrival.
Canada and the United Arab Emirates remain on a level three travel warning, according to the Center for Disease Control website, which means all non-essential travel is discouraged.
The CDC announced on October 21st that travelers should avoid any cruise travel worldwide.
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