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UAE’s Emirates has announced that it restarted its A380 services to Cairo this week. The flagship A380 to Cairo, which was initially introduced in October 2019, will operate four times a week from Dubai.
Emirates has so far resumed A380 services to 5 cities and it will gradually expand the deployment of this aircraft in line with demand and operational approvals.
Egypt also resumed flights to new cities last week. On Sunday the national company EgyptAir said it has flew 16 international flights carrying a total of 2,000 passengers.
The flights were to London, Paris, Rome, Tunisia, Milan, Abu Dhabi, Khartoum, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Sharjah, Beirut, and Washington, including two trips to Dubai.
Egypt announced on June 7 that air traffic in all Egyptian airports will resume starting July 1, in accordance with Egypt’s preventive and precautionary measures to coexist with the coronavirus outbreak.
Flight reservations have reopened in all airline offices.
Civil aviation traffic in Egypt has been suspended since March 19, excluding air cargo flights, charter flights only for tourist groups already in Egypt who want to return home, international medical flights and domestic flights.