Egyptair will operate special flights from Cairo to six European destinations starting from June 12, the airline confirmed on Twitter.
The airline had recently received a two billion pound ($127.39 million) loan from the Egyptian government to prop up its finances during this COVID-19 crisis. The airline halted its operations temporarily from March 19, when airports around the country closed.
According to the tweet, Egyptair will run flights from Cairo to Frankfurt and Amsterdam on June 12, Paris and Vienna on June 14, London on June 13 and Munich on June 15.
Glad to announce that EGYPTAIR will operate special flights from Cairo
1- To Frankfurt & Amsterdam on 12 June 2020.
2- To Paris & Vienna on 14 Jun 2020.
3- To Munich on 15 Jun 2020 .
for EU nationality or residents .
And to London on 13 June for UK citizens & residents pic.twitter.com/4yHhcnEdhR
— EGYPTAIR (@EGYPTAIR) June 4, 2020
The airline, however, noted that some of the flights, including to London, would only be available to book for residents of the country.