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Wizz Air Abu Dhabi Is Offering UAE Tourist Visas At A Discounted Rate

Travellers arriving in Abu Dhabi from select countries can now get a tourist visa easily. Wizz Air Abu Dhabi, UAE’s new budget carrier has unveiled an initiative to ease the tourist visa application process. The new initiative will be valid for passengers coming from Egypt, Georgia, Armenia, and Israel for whom visa on arrival is not available. Wizz Air has collaborated with Airline Web Services, so that customers travelling to Abu Dhabi can easily apply for the tourist visa.

Wizz Air customers Can Apply For A 30 Or 90-Day Tourist Visa
Wizz Air and Airline Web Services have partnered to make tourist visa easily available for travelers from Egypt, Georgia, Armenia, and Israel. Customers can apply for a a 30-day or 90-day visa at a discounted price. This partnership follows the recent news that Abu Dhabi continues to expand the list of countries on its green list. Besides, the capital has also announced that travelers arriving from green list countries will no longer need to self-isolate. In addition, Abu Dhabi has also planned removal of Covid-19 quarantine restrictions for international travellers from July 1, with only few restricted countries remaining.

Wizz Air customers will be able to access the link hosted on its website, apply for the visa and pay directly. Below are the visa costs for originating countries:

Visa type Nationality WIZZ customer price (including VAT)
30-day tourist visa-single entry Israeli AED 372
Egypt, Georgia, Armenia AED 354
90-day tourist visa-single entry Israeli AED 892
Egypt, Georgia, Armenia AED 874

Tickets to Wizz Air Abu Dhabi’s 24 destinations are available on and the airline’s mobile app, also available in Arabic, with fares starting as low as AED 99. The destinations include Santorini, Athens, Thessaloniki, Alexandria, Kiev, Salalah, Muscat, Almaty, Nur Sultan, Budapest, Cluj-Napoca, Catania–Fontanarossa, Yerevan, Sohag, Boryspil, Katowice, Kutaisi, Belgrade, Larnaca, Luxor, Odessa, Bucharest, Bari, Sofia, Catania and Tel Aviv.

The airline has also introduced a new era of sanitised travel across its network, with enhanced hygiene measures to ensure the health and safety of passengers and crew.

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