Dubai has been faraway from the secure journey checklist by the Scottish authorities.
Authorities mentioned the transfer was because of an increase within the variety of returning passengers testing optimistic with Covid-19.
The United Arab Emirates’ tourism capital, nonetheless, stays on the England secure checklist, that means returning company presently shouldn’t have to quarantine .
The transfer has been supported by the Scottish Passenger Brokers’ Affiliation (SPAA).
SPAA president, Joanne Dooey, mentioned: “Eradicating Dubai from the secure checklist is comprehensible.
“We consider that there was a cluster of infections round Scots who travelled to Dubai over the Christmas and New Yr interval.
“There may be additionally the information at the moment that one footballer coming back from there has additionally examined optimistic.
“Whereas we’re eager to see a return to elevated worldwide journey, defending the well being of the entire nation stays our key concern and we’re supportive of this transfer.”
She added: “Dubai is a particularly fashionable vacation spot for Scots for each leisure and enterprise journey.
“Emirates has been flying from Glasgow to Dubai for 16 years since 2004 and was the one airline to fly an A380 into Scotland.”