EgyptAir will operate on Tuesday two flights from Cairo International Airport to bring home stranded Egyptians abroad in view of suspending flights to and from Egypt within the framework of the government's efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
The company will operate one flight to Baghdad and another to New Delhi.
Cairo Air - one the Civil Aviation Ministry's companies - will operate a flight to Dar es Salaam and then to Khartoum.
The three flights will return to Mersa Alam.
Meanwhile, the Civil Aviation Ministry will operate flights to Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to bring home stranded Egyptians