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Authorities at Cairo International Airport will start suspending flights to Saudi Arabia as of Wednesday night, in accordance with a recent decision by Saudi Arabia.
This comes few days after the Egyptian flag carrier, EgyptAir, announced resuming flights returning from the Kingdom
On July 26, the team working at the Cairo Airport Museum [in Terminal 3] began placing the artifacts according to the museum's display scenario in preparation for its opening soon.
Cairo International Airport on Friday will operate 136 international and domestic flights, carrying around 15,780 passengers, as Egypt on July 1 has officially resumed flights after three-month suspension due to coronavirus.
Cairo International Airport on Thursday night received five flights from France, UK, Italy, Belgium and Lebanon, carrying 801 visitors on the third day of Egypt’s resumption of international flights amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Cairo International Airport in the Egyptian capital received a total of seven flights from the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Tunisia, Kuwait and Italy, carrying 1255 passengers.
Cairo International Airport on Monday received five exceptional flights coming from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, expatriating 735 stranded Egyptians amid coronavirus crisis.
They are being repatriated to their homeland.
The flight is within an air bridge operated by Egypt to bring home 3,000 citizens stuck in Qatar through Oman, where they arrive on an Omani airline. Those are carried daily to the Egyptian capital on 2 two flights operated by EgyptAir and Air Cairo.
The decision has been applied on 450 stranded Egyptians who came recently from Beirut on three exceptional flights. The arrivals have been tested for coronavirus.
The Cairo International Airport has received on Sunday three exceptional flights from Saudi Arabia carrying 624 Egyptians, as part of the national efforts to expatriate stranded nationals abroad amid the coronavirus crisis.
Three exceptional flights operated by Jazeera Airways brought home 480 Egyptians stuck in Kuwait on Saturday evening.
This will be considered the first operation for the Sphinx International Airport.
The arrivals were tested for coronavirus and have been placed in quarantine for 14 days.
In a statement released by the authority on Monday, the 24.5-ton shipment comes as part of the State's plan to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
This comes while Egypt has suspended flights until April 23 as a precautionary measure to curb the spread of the novel virus.
An exceptional flight arrived at Cairo International Airport from Paris on Wednesday, carrying 87 Egyptian nationals who were stranded in France. The European country has so far reported more than 52,000 cases infected with the novel coronavirus.
A group of 46 French and US tourists left Egypt after they had tested negative for Coronavirus.
As Egypt continue on receiving the eight-plan deal of Airbus A320neo, the Fourth plan of its kind has landed, Thursday in Cairo international Airport coming from Airbus Factory, in Toulouse, France.
Civil Aviation Minister Younis el Masri said that EgyptAir is participating in the 16th edition of Dubai Airshow, which runs from November 17 to 21.