EgyptAir said that in case the flights are cancelled, and the decision to suspend flights continues, the bookings will be postponed to other dates without fines applied to passengers.
According to statements from officials at the airliner on Wednesday, a total of 128 flights will depart Cairo International Airport to different capitals and Arab and foreign cities, as well as to internal cities as of May 16. This comes in accordance with the old operating mechanism before the travel ban, while all fights will be subject to the government’s decision to resume.
On Tuesday, four U.A.E. airlines, which are Emirates Airlines, Etihad Airways, Arabic and Fly Dubai, announced resuming reservations via their websites as of mid-May in preparation for the possible resumption of passenger flights.