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Abu Dhabi - Gulf carrier Etihad Airways has added new routes for repatriation of foreigners who are stranded in the United Arab Emirates.

The new routes include Brussels, Dublin, London Heathrow, Tokyo and Zurich from UAE Airports to help foreign nationals to return their home countries.

The airline said that it was also continuing to operate previously launched repatriation flights to Amsterdam, Jakarta, Manila, Melbourne, Seoul and Singapore. Regular passenger flights from the UAE have been suspended by the UAE government due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Etihad has begun to operate these special flights as of April 5. The airline continues to bring UAE citizens back home, where it is possible, and transports essential goods to the country on return flights in the cargo hold of these planes.

Foreigners who want to board on these flights should contact the airline through its website or the contact center. UAE nationals should apply to the UAE embassies or consulates, where they are located.

Besides Etihad Airways, other UAE carrier Emirates Airlines has announced that it resumed passenger flights to "select destinations" from Terminal 3 at the Dubai International Airport. The airline had previously operated limited flights from Terminal 2.

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