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.
During a Saturday visit to Upper Egypt’s Luxor and the Red Sea’s Hurghada, Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Enany said Egypt gives tourists the opportunity to see into Pharaonic history and enjoy the beach in one day.
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.
Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar added that the aviation sector is one of the sectors that stopped completely due to pandemic.
EgyptAir will operate on Wednesday 27 flights carrying 2,800 passengers to 17 different destinations.
The agreement was aimed at increasing the presence of the two companies in new markets.
The airport also operated 74 travel flights that departed to several destinations: European, Arab, Asian or African, carrying 7,748 passengers.
The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said in a statement on Tuesday that the tourists were from Ukraine, Switzerland, Belarus, Hungary and Serbia.
EgyptAir, the state-owned flag carrier, operated 38 international flights to different destinations carrying on board 4,000 passengers.
Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar formed a higher committee to inspect all shipments.
This comes as the Red Sea city of Hurghada is seeing an increase in rates of tourists visiting it.
The results reflect guests’ experiences before the pandemic, in the hope that this year’s honorees will inspire traveler’s trips to come.
The country accounted for 35.2% of the USD 340 bn invested in the region throughout the period.
EgyptAir has decided to suspend all scheduled flights to Kuwait as of Saturday until further notice.
EgyptAir on Wednesday will be operating 25 flights carrying 3,000 passengers to 22 destinations.
EgyptAir is operating 32 international and charter flights to ferry about 2,500 passengers Tuesday.
EgyptAir announced Sunday operating 22 flights to various world capitals.
In statements on Tuesday, Zakaria said that the company will operate flights to 17 destinations in Europe instead of 16.
The Cairo International Airport receives on Sunday 59 international and domestic flights, carrying about 8,862 Egyptians.
Well-informed sources at Cairo Airport said that the airport’s arrival halls will receive international flights from several destinations within 24 hours.