Hurghada International Airport
Hurghada International Airport received Wednesday the first Austrian Airlines flight since halting flights due to Coronavirus pandemic.
Hurghada International Airport received on Monday Morning first Russian flight coming from Moscow after nearly six years of suspension after the plane crash incident that took place in 2015.
The passengers were received by a public relations team at the airport with roses, amid adhering to the precautionary measures against the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Carrying 180 passengers on board, the plane was received by water salute. The passengers were also had a warm reception at the airport, as they were welcomed by flowers.
On Wednesday, Hurghada International Airport will receive a Russian security delegation to inspect the airport's security measures.
Hurghada International Airport expected to receive four weekly flights coming from Czech starting next Saturday.
In press remarks, Qadi affirmed that all visitors to Egypt take PCR tests to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the North African country again.
The Hurghada International Airport witnessed highest turnout of travelers during July, according to Head of EgyptAir Ground Services Company Magdy Mohamdien.
Aircraft movements at Hurghada International Airport resume after a four-hour suspension due to British plane engine early Wednesday morning.
The first Air Cairo flight no. SM 998 Hurghada – Yerevan in Armenia landed at Hurghada International Airport on Tuesday morning.