Cairo International Airport transports more than 37,000 passengers on 309 flights to several international and domestic destinations.
On December 24, 2021, the Moroccan authorities have extended the suspension of commercial flights to and from Morocco until January 31, 2022, as part of the Kingdom's efforts to curb the spread of the Coronavirus, especially the "Omicron" mutant.
The World Health Organization announced on April 27 that the Double mutant' Covid variant (aka B1617), which was detected first in India, has been found in 17 countries including the United Kingdom, the US, and Singapore.
Egypt is mulling to incorporate Wi-Fi service in air-conditioned trains, according to official sources at Egypt's Railways Authority.
Ashraf Noweir, the authority's head, informed all airlines operating in the four airports that the decision will be effective as of Tuesday, September 1. The PCR test costs $30.
The airport also operated 74 travel flights that departed to several destinations: European, Arab, Asian or African, carrying 7,748 passengers.
Cairo International Airport received Monday a total of 54 local, international and private flights, carrying 5,906 passengers.
EgyptAir, the state-owned flag carrier, operated 38 international flights to different destinations carrying on board 4,000 passengers.
The sources pointed out that the airport has never received such huge numbers of passengers over a short period of time.
The minister of civil aviation made the announcement on Monday.
The defendant faces charges of causing an injury that led to a death of one of the two passengers, as he allegedly opened the train door and gave the option for the victims either to pay for the tickets or jump off the train.
The fees will be equal to $25 for each passenger, according to the decision published by the country’s official gazette on Wednesday.
As soon as the train rumbles past, the men heave their home-made pushcarts back onto the tracks and passengers hop aboard.
EgyptAir operates 110 international and local flights from Cairo International Airport on Friday carrying 9,210 passengers to different destinations.
Safaga Port received on Saturday a vessel carrying 845 passengers, 28 trucks and 26 cars.
Revenues of the Egyptian Railways Authority increased to LE 175.3 million, compared to LE 154.6 million in the same month of 2017.
An industry trade body said countries should review bankruptcy laws to reduce number of stranded passengers.
Revenues of the Egyptian National Railways authority increased in October 2017 on a monthly and yearly basis.
No-frills airline tycoon Bill Franke, the investor behind a record deal for 430 jets.
An Indian air force Mi-17 helicopter crashed Friday in the country's remote northeast bordering China.