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Updated 5 April 2022

A treasure chest of world history complemented with glorious mosques and temples, Pakistan is all about its cultural diversity, traditional food, natural beauty, local bazaars, and beautifully ornamented handicrafts. With a multitude of cultures and various ethnic groups, a trip to Pakistan is no less than an enthralling getaway.

Here are the latest entry requirements and flight schedules you should be aware of if you’re looking to travel from the UAE to Pakistan

Flights from UAE to Pakistan

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Given below are the flight schedules and ticket prices for two of the most sought after airways covering the UAE-Pakistan routes.

Pakistan International Airlines

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) operates multiple weekly and daily flights flying to several cities in Pakistan departing from Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Flight ticket price and schedule

  • Dubai– Karachi: 2-3 daily flights available two days a week. Ticket prices starting from AED 360.
  • Dubai– Islamabad: up to two daily flights available on all days of the week. Ticket prices starting from AED 400.
  • Abu Dhabi–Lahore: 1-3 daily flights every day. Ticket prices starting from AED 500.
  • Abu Dhabi–Islamabad: 1-3 daily flights every day. Ticket prices starting from AED 500.

Please visit Wego for the full schedule.

Airblue

Pakistan’s largest airline in the private sector Airblue has resumed its flights to Pakistan from the UAE. Airblue will be operating multiple weekly flights from three cities of the UAE.

Flight ticket price and schedule

  • Dubai–Islamabad: one daily flights six days a week. Ticket prices starting from AED 372.
  • Dubai–Karachi: one daily flights 3 days a week. Ticket prices starting from AED 321.
  • Abu Dhabi– Islamabad: one daily flights 3 days a week. Ticket prices starting from AED 451.
  • Abu Dhabi– Lahore: three weekly flights. Ticket prices starting from AED 453.
  • Sharjah– Islamabad: three weekly flights. Ticket prices starting from AED 370.
  • Sharjah– Lahore: four weekly flights. Ticket prices starting from AED 372.

Please visit Wego for the full schedule.

Can I travel to Pakistan from the UAE?

Yes, you can.

Pakistan currently does not have a ban on arrivals from the UAE. Emiratis above the age of 18, who are fully vaccinated can freely travel to Pakistan by meeting the following requirements.

Travel rules for UAE citizens

Effective 10 January 2022, under the UAE travel protocol for UAE Nationals 18 years old and above, they must meet one of the following requirements to travel:

  • Must have completed 3 doses of any approved vaccine or
  • Must have completed 2 doses and have recovered from COVID‑19 infection or
  • Must have completed two doses of any approved vaccine and the second dose within 6 months

These rules do not apply to those medically exempt from getting vaccinated, humanitarian and medical cases of travel.

Pakistan entry requirements

Required documents

Passengers travelling to Pakistan are required to fill up their personal details on the Pass track web portal. Provision of information through the Pass Track app is mandatory for all passengers travelling to Pakistan. Passengers should ensure that they have uploaded their information on the app or have a printed copy of uploaded information generated by the app prior to the issuance of boarding passes at the point of original embarkation.

Travellers can also download the Pass Track App (Android, iOS) and upload their information on the app as required. They are required to have a printed copy of the uploaded information generated by the app before the issuance of boarding passes at the point of original embarkation.

All passengers are required to fill in the Personal Declaration of Origin and Health form and hand it over to the Health Department Staff present at the airport upon arrival.

Testing requirement

Passengers fully vaccinated against COVID-19 will not be required to possess a mandatory negative PCR test result prior to arriving at Pakistan.

Only non vaccinated passengers wishing to travel to Pakistan will be required to possess a mandatory negative PCR test result conducted within 72 hours arriving in Pakistan.

Exemptions

Following passengers shall be exempted from both RT-PCR testing and PASS TRACK app uploading requirement:

  1. Children below 6 years.
  2. High-level international delegations
  3. Pakistani Deportees and Crew shall only be exempted from Pak Pass Track App, however, they will be tested on arrival using Rapid Antigen Testing  and positive will be home quarantined for 10 days.

Vaccination criteria

All passengers aged 18 and above must present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate showing that they were fully vaccinated for inbound travel to Pakistan. The vaccines approved in Pakistan are:

  • Moderna
  • Pfizer/BioNTech
  • CanSino
  • Sputnik V
  • Oxford/AstraZeneca
  • Sinopharm
  • Sinovac

Passengers below 12 Years of age are exempted from possessing proof of mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for inbound travel to Pakistan.

Quarantine requirement

Quarantine requirements for all arriving passengers have been removed.

Pakistan Scraps PCR Test Rule for Vaccinated Travellers from UAE