After a spike in December, ticket prices between the UAE and India have plummeted

More Indian expats postpone flights due to strict quarantine measures in their home country.

Dubai: Are you planning a trip to India? Then you’ll be able to take advantage of the lower ticket prices. However, be prepared for some stringent quarantine requirements.

New international arrivals guidelines, which include a mandatory seven-day quarantine, have reduced ticket prices for Mumbai and Kerala. “Fares are lower on sectors with restrictions,” said a Dubai Links spokesperson.

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Fares to Mumbai have dropped to Dh300 or less, the lowest level since the travel ban between the UAE and India was imposed last year.

On the travel portal EaseMyTrip, daily bookings on the Dubai-India route fell to 120 in the last week of December, down from 142 the week before. The UAE’s new work week has had no effect on fare patterns on the UAE-India route. “Airlines are charging the same fares as before – the peak season is generally October to March,” a travel agent said.

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