The United States is now the only nation in the world to allow its domestic airlines to begin flying outbound flights on Friday morning, as U.K. airlines have already begun allowing passengers to return to their hotels, according to Reuters.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has previously announced plans to extend the opening of all U.B.
As to Monday, though the U.H.O. deadline to clear customs clearance for flights to Europe has been extended to the middle of the week.
That means U.A.E. flights will be available to travelers from Tuesday, while flights to the United Kingdom will remain open until Sunday at least.