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.
The process will take place for a week as that should be the last visit of its kind within a series of negotiations to resume direct Russian flights to the resort town.
The jets operated are Airbus A320Neo, Airbus A220-300, and Boeing B737-800.
Both officials discussed ways to enhance joint cooperation in the fields of air transport.
Hurghada International Airport received the first flight of the Swiss Company Chair airline, GM3506 Airbus A319, coming from Zurich, Switzerland.
International flights were suspended in March but resumed in July.
The ministers also discussed the status of Egyptian and Kuwaiti expats in both states.
Cairo International Airport received the seventh A320neo Airbus carrying the letters SU-GFP coming from Toulouse in France to join the fleet of the state-owned flag carrier EgyptAir.
A flight repatriating 174 Egyptian expats stranded in Qatar landed in Cairo Sunday from Oman, where they were transiting.
Roshdy said in a phone-in that the company was ready to carry home more citizens if requested.
Those were stuck in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Italy and Qatar.
Cairo International Airport received on Tuesday six exceptional flights repatriating around 857 Egyptian expats from Saudi Arabia, Kenya, and Yemen.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation is operating five flights Monday to Oman where Egyptian expats who were stuck in Qatar are transiting.
Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar stated that around 57,000 stranded Egyptians have been brought home on 315 exceptional flights.
They are being repatriated to their homeland.
Six hundred Egyptians stuck in Kuwait arrived in Cairo International Airport on 2 exceptional flights.
Two flights landed in Cairo, and 2 others arrived in Marsa Alam.
The Civil Aviation Ministry operates on Tuesday five flights to bring home Egyptians stranded in Gulf countries.
Also, administrative and operating costs will be reduced.
EgyptAir and Air Cairo will operate two flights each on Monday to bring back Egyptians stranded in KSA's Jeddah and Riyadh.