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Dubai Airport Resumes Flights to Egypt

Mon 12 Oct 2020 | 01:43 PM
Ahmed Yasser

Dubai airport announced on Sunday, resuming its flights between Egypt and Dubai International Airports at a rate of 3 flights per week.

After 7 months of suspension, the EgyptAir resumed on Friday its flights between Burj Al Arab International Airport in Alexandria, and Dubai International airport, with discounts on flights for the first week.

According to Egypt Air, the Egypt's flights number increased generally to more than 47, providing more options for EgyptAir's customers.

Meanwhile, Egypt Air announced the resumption of its flights this month, from Cairo to Muscat at a rate of two flights per week, and Amman, at a rate of two flights per week.

There will be three flights to each of Dubai and Jeddah and two flights to Istanbul, Abu Dhabi, Dammam, Riyadh and Beirut, the company reported.

The company will operate 13 local flights to Hurghada in the Red Sea governorate (five flights), South Sinai’s Sharm El Sheikh (four flights) and Taba (one flight), Upper Egypt’s Luxor (two flights) and Aswan (one flight).

Noteworthy, the Civil Aviation Ministry implemented the government’s decision to ban entry to Egypt without a PCR test proves that travelers are free from the COVID-19 disease.

In addition, the Ministry applies all preventive measures in accordance with the instructions of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health to ensure the travelers safety.

Earlier, Egypt, announced the suspension of air traffic in all Egyptian airports, as part of the state's efforts to limit the COVID-19 spreading.