Dubai is home to the Emirates National Airlines which connects Dubai and UAE with many cities located in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and other parts of the world. IndoGo, Jet Airways, Air India, SpiceJet, Air India Express and Flydubai are the other flying options available for those travelling from India to Dubai. One can also board flight from several Indian cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and many more.
For an India citizen applying for Dubai visa following are the eligibility criterions one should take care of: Indian citizen, once in the last five years, should have travelled to or should own a valid visa for the countries such as USA, UK, Schengen countries, European Union, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Canada, Switzerland and Japan. Or If criterion 1 is not met, the Indian citizen should attach below mentioned financial supporting document to support their application. 1. Income tax returns for last 2 years having minimum gross total income of Rs. 2 lakhs annually or, 2. Form 16 for last 2 years issued by the employer with annual salary of at least Rs. 2 lakhs or, 3. Investment documents in the form of post office deposits or bank fixed deposits aggregating to Rs. 5 lakhs (All the above mentioned documents should be at least 1 year old from the date of application. They should also be valid for at least another 1 year or more. Deposits made with Co-operative banks are not accepted.)
Note: If you have a valid US visa, you are eligible for visa on arrival. Documents required - Valid Indian passport, return flight tickets and proof of accommodation.
The Dubai International Airport is the only airport in the metropolis and is the busiest in the UAE. Several airline operate here including the Emirates Airlines (Dubaiês official international airline, connecting the city to more than a 100 destinations worldwide), FlyDubai (an LCC) and Etihad. Another way to enter the city is through the Sharjah International Airport with Air Arabia. A taxi ride from airport will get you to the main city in no time.
|Starting city||Return price (approx)|
|Mumbai||₹ 27,202 Non-stop||View Details|
|New Delhi||₹ 28,984 Non-stop||View Details|
|Bengaluru||₹ 37,309 Non-stop||View Details|
|Chennai||₹ 26,336 Non-stop||View Details|
|Hyderabad||₹ 27,470 Non-stop||View Details|
|Kolkata||₹ 35,580 Non-stop||View Details|
If you are planning to visit Dubai through road, the only way to enter the city is through Oman. There is no requirement of any permit but only an exit charge of OMR 3000. On your way back, you will need to produce the payment receipt in order to re-enter Oman.
No railway routes are available for Dubai as of now.
Getting around in Dubai is quite easy with several options for local transportation available. Dubai Metro, local buses, monorails, waterbuses and Abras (motorized traditional wooden boats) are the available options. If you wish to frequently commute using public transport, we recommend you get a Nol Card.
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