Marsa Alam International Airport
Marsa Alam Airport received a flight on Sunday coming from Jeddah with 167 stranded Egyptians on board.
This is the third exceptional plane to arrive from Muscat, a source at the airport said.
The passengers were then moved to a hotel in the Red Sea resort city to spend a 14-day quarantine.
The arrivals have undergone the preventive procedures in order to be moved to hotel for a 14-day quarantine.
A health ministry's team carried out coronavirus tests for all passengers and crew members and sent samples to laboratories to see if they are free of the virus.
A source at the airport said the preventive medicine teams have carried out the sterilization process required.
This is the third exceptional flight to arrive from Washington, DC, a source at the airport said. The first two flights arrived in April.
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
This exceptional flight was operated amid the suspension of flights at the Egyptian airports, in light the coronavirus spread.
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.