Alert travellers! Flyers with single names on Indian passports can’t enter UAE – Right here’s WHY | Aviation Information

Alert travellers! The United Arab Emirates bans entry of passengers who solely have a single identify as a surname. The passengers is not going to be allowed to enter the UAE with new pointers coming into pressure. Air India and Air India Categorical issued a round mentioning the newest UAE pointers. Any passport holder with a single identify (phrase) both in a surname or given identify is not going to be accepted by UAE immigration and the passenger shall be thought of as INAD, the round issued by Air India and Air India Categorical, said concerning the newest UAE pointers. INAD refers to an Inadmissible Deportee.

In keeping with the round, dated November 21, such passengers is not going to be issued a visa and in case, the visa was issued beforehand, then she or he shall be thought of INAD by the immigration authorities. The rules have now come into pressure. The UAE is a constitutional federation of seven emirates, together with Dubai. Abu Dhabi metropolis is the capital of the UAE.

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Earlier, the Tata-owned airline, Air India additionally issued pointers of over 40 pages relating to the revised picture and uniform pointers for its cabin crew members. The round mentions standards for each female and male crew members. Within the newest grooming pointers for all its crew members, Air India has requested the male crew members to shave each day, apply hair gel mandatorily, and gray hairs will ‘not be permitted.’ 

In the meantime, the Air India has requested its feminine crew members to observe the newest uniform pointers strictly the place aprons are discontinued and to not be worn. So far as make-up is worried, basis and concealers matching the pores and skin tone are necessary and make-up must be executed correctly. 

(With inputs from PTI)

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