The UAE authorities are yet to announce the resumption of regular commercial passenger flight operations
UAE airlines Air Arabia and flydubai are now accepting return flight bookings on their respective websites to a number of destinations.
Low-cost carrier Air Arabia has opened bookings for return flights starting from June 1 to Mumbai, Delhi, Trivandrum, Karachi, Peshawar, Dhaka, Colombo, Beirut, Cairo, Jeddah, Riyadh, Moscow and Vienna, among other destinations.
A return economy fare from Sharjah to Kochi is priced at approximately Dhs1,030 while to Delhi it costs around Dhs885.
Meanwhile, Dubai-based airline flydubai has also begun accepting return bookings to a number of destinations from as early as May 21.
Flydubai is accepting bookings on its website to some of its most popular destinations including Muscat and Tbilisi from May 21 and to Salalah from the following day.
However, UAE authorities are yet to announce the resumption of regular commercial passenger flights.
All commercial passenger flights have been suspended from the UAE since March.
UAE airlines including Air Arabia, Emirates, Etihad and flydubai have since then been organising special repatriation flights to a number of cities around the world.
Dubai-based Emirates airline has said that it will operate a limited number of special repatriation one-way flights in May to destinations including Frankfurt, London, Manila, Sao Paulo, and Shanghai