Tomorrow .. EgyptAir operates 81 international flights carrying 9 thousand passengers

Tomorrow .. EgyptAir operates 81 international flights carrying 9 thousand passengers
Tomorrow .. EgyptAir operates 81 international flights carrying 9 thousand passengers

Books – Muhammad Obaid:

Tomorrow, Saturday, EgyptAir will operate its flights to 81 international destinations, carrying about 9,000 passengers, after the decision to return air traffic at Egyptian airports, with a commitment to applying strict precautionary measures, whether inside the airport or on board aircraft to prevent the spread of the new Corona virus and maintain on the health and safety of travelers.

Sources at EgyptAir said that the company will operate its flights tomorrow at a rate of 58 international flights to (Toronto, Dubai, Kuwait, Baghdad, Casablanca, Lagos, Accra, Tunis, Madrid, Doha, Athens, London, New York, Milan, Paris, Abuja). , Rome, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Geneva, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Brussels, Berlin, Abu Dhabi, Moscow, Vienna, Munich, Amman, Bahrain, Khartoum, Larnaca, Beirut, Sharjah, Entebbe, Nairobi, Addis Ababa, Johannesburg), and 21 domestic flights To each of (Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, Luxor, Aswan and Burj Al Arab), and two air cargo flights, all of these flights carrying 9 thousand passengers.

For its part, the Cairo International Airport authorities are taking all precautionary measures taken to confront the outbreak of the Corona virus, and commitment to implement all precautionary and preventive measures in accordance with the instructions of the World Health Organization and the Ministry of Health, to ensure the safety of travelers and arrivals, by reducing overcrowding, especially in the places of counters and passports, and the first inspection places Passenger access and elevators inside the airport.

 
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