Marsa Alam International Airport will receive 14 international flights, the majority of them are European, as part of 76 international flights that will be received by the international this week, media agencies reported on Wednesday.
It is expected that the airport today’s flights will arrive from eight European countries, and three domestic ones.
Last month, Marsa Alam International Airport announced receiving 30 flights, the majority of them are coming from European countries.
The weekly number of received international flights at the airport reached 69 last week which is a new record number for the airport.
According to the Marsa Alam International Airport’s schedule, 60 flights arrived from Europe, alongside three domestic flights, and other six international flights from non-European countries.
In addition, three flights from Belgium, four from the Netherlands, eight from Italy, 12 from Germany, 15 from the Czech Republic, 16 from Poland, three from Switzerland, and three domestic flights operated by Egypt Air were among the scheduled flights last month.