The proposal was submitted to the Supreme Committee to resume commercial flights, by implementing the 14-day institutional quarantine period in Kuwait for those who are coming from the banned countries.
As yet, the number of destinations to which Egypt resumed its flights increased to more than 47 stops, providing more options for EgyptAir's customers.
Omar Air, the national airline of Oman, announced Monday it will operate flights to Cairo as of October.
The tourist flights will be operated from Prague to the cities of Sharm el-Sheikh, Hurghada, and Marsa Alam.
The company will operate three flights to Dubai, in addition to two flights to Abu Dhabi, Jeddah, Riyadh, and Dammam.
EgyptAir airlines will operate on Sunday 38 flights to carry 5,000 passengers to 24 destinations.
EgyptAir, the flagship carrier, is operating four exceptional flights to Saudi Arabia to return Egyptian nationals that were stranded amid suspended flights due to the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
Egypt’s state-owned flag carrier EgyptAir announced resuming direct flights between Cairo and Accra in Ghana at a rate of two flights per week as of Thursday.
The meeting also tackled the file of illegal migration and ways of finding international and regional solutions to this phenomenon.
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.
This comes as the Red Sea city of Hurghada is seeing an increase in rates of tourists visiting it.
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.
The announced schedule includes 28 international flights in addition to the domestic and cargo flights it operates daily for the world's capitals and cities.
EgyptAir on Wednesday will be operating 25 flights carrying 3,000 passengers to 22 destinations.
The company will operate two flights to each of Abu Dhabi, Milan, and Manama, and one flight to London, Larnaca, New York, Athens, Paris, Sharjah, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin, Frankfurt, Khartoum, Abuja, Juba, Rome, Munich, Budapest, Beirut and Dubai.
The flights are operated by the airlines of Kuwait Airways, Jazeera Airways, Air Arabia Egypt company and EgyptAir companies,
In statements on Tuesday, Zakaria said that the company will operate flights to 17 destinations in Europe instead of 16.
Kuwait's Directorate General of Civil Aviation said that 1,190 stranded Egyptians in the Gulf country flew home on board seven flights.