The ministry urged Egyptians to show solidarity towards stranded citizens abroad and announced means of communication with the ministry.
The civil aviation directorate said in a press release that the stranded Egyptians left for Cairo, Sohag and Assiut.
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.
Emirates plans to operate four flights between Dubai and Cairo on June 14, 18, 19 and 21, state news agency WAM reported Thursday.
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.
The plane landed in the airport on Thursday evening, coming from the Emirati capital, Abu Dhabi.
This is the third exceptional plane to arrive from Muscat, a source at the airport said.
The expatriated arrivals have been tested for coronavirus and were moved to be quarantined for seven days.
Since the crisis started, a total of 36 flights have brought back Egyptians from Kuwait, the embassy added in a statement on Wednesday.
The arrivals were tested for coronavirus and have been placed in quarantine for 14 days.
The Egyptian Embassy in Kuwait said that EgyptAir's flight which was postponed on March 31, will leave the Gulf country to Cairo on Sunday.
All the passengers would undergo the necessary preventive procedures, including being tested for the novel coronavirus and being quarantined for two weeks once they arrive at the airport, the source noted.
164 stranded Egyptians have landed safely in Marsa Alam International Airport, Friday, on board of an exceptional flight coming from Ukrainian capital Kiev.
Two exceptional flights carrying 288 stranded Egyptian citizens from four countries landed in Marsa Alam International Airport, in the southeast of Egypt, as Egypt has worked to repatriate all expatriates who are willing to return amid the coronavirus cri
The Ministry of Civil Aviation operated a total of 18 exceptional flights to return stranded Egyptians abroad amid the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Egypt's Embassy in Maldives said Friday a flight would be operate on April 30 to repatriate the Egyptians, stranded in the country after suspending the international flights due to the outbreak of coronavirus globally.