• Georgia Travel Policy - Fly Dubai

    Georgia is open for citizens and residents of the United Arab Emirates, requirements to enter:
    Entry rules:

    Citizens of any foreign countries, traveling to Georgia via any route (by air, land and sea) are no longer obliged to present either Covid-vaccination certificate or PCR-examination negative result report from June 15, 2022

    PCR Test Facilitation:
    • Everything will be organized hassle-free by Holiday Factory.
    • Testing service (sampling) will be provided to each customer at the hotel at additional charge payable to a tour guide upon arrival.
    • Test results will be ready in 24 hours and printed stamped copy will be delivered to the hotel reception
    Restrictions in Georgia:

    Access to public venues in Georgia no longer require a green passport.

    A full list of venues can be found here https://stopcov.ge/en/page/restrictions-list

    Facemasks are also mandatory both indoors and outdoors. Additional restrictions may be introduced at short notice, and you are advised to follow the local Georgian media sources for the most up-to-date information.

    Additional advice and information on COVID-19 can be found via the following links



    Travelling to Dubai - rules as of 19 May 2022

    Rules for Dubai residence visa holders, visitors and tourists

    All UAE residents, visitors and tourists can travel to Dubai without an approval from GDRFA or ICP. However, visitors and tourists who are not eligible for a visa on arrival have to meet the visa requirements before travelling to the UAE. Please click here for UAE visa requirements


    Passengers travelling to Dubai from all countries, including the Gulf Cooperation Council countries (GCC), must fulfill one of the below requirements at the airport of departure:

    • present a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate, reflecting that the passenger is fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the World Health Organisation (WHO) or the UAE. The certificate must contain a QR code.
    • present a valid negative COVID-19 test certificate that should be based on a molecular diagnostic test intended for the qualitative detection of nucleic acid for SARS‑COV‑2 viral RNA. The certificate must be issued within 48 hours from the time of sample collection by an approved health service provider and must contain a QR code.
    • present a valid medical certificate from the relevant authorities showing that the passenger has recovered from the novel coronavirus COVID-19, issued within one month before the date of arrival. The certificate must contain a QR code.

    If you are arriving from India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh or Egypt, you must get your certificate from one of the labs listed in the designated laboratories (PDF, 150 KB).

    Exemptions for the COVID‑19 PCR test and the vaccination certificate

    The following people are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 test or a vaccination certificate at the departure airport:

    • all UAE nationals returning to Dubai from any country
    • non‑UAE nationals accompanying a first‑degree UAE national family member
    • domestic workers accompanying a UAE national sponsor.

    The following people are exempt from being tested for COVID-19:

    • children below 12 years of age
    • passengers with moderate to severe disabilities

    The above requirements are subject to change without prior notice.

    Please check the IATA Travel Centre website before your flight to get the latest updates on the requirements of the country you are travelling from and arriving to.