Flights between Amman and Sanaa resumed Wednesday

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AMMAN — Flights between Amman and Sanaa resumed Wednesday, according to the Head of the Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission(CARC) Haitham Al-Mesto, within the framework of the extended truce in Yemen between the internationally recognized government and the Houthis, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.اضافة اعلان

Mesto said that Yemenia, flag carrier airline of Yemen, “will resume flights from Sanaa to Amman and vice versa, starting from June 8 until July 1, with eight flights for the entire period”, which he confirmed were at Yemenia’s request.

Last Thursday, the Yemeni government, backed by a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the Houthis allied with Iran, agreed to extend the current truce in Yemen for an additional two months, hours before it expired, according to the UN special envoy to Yemen, Hans Grundberg. The truce came into force on April 2.

The agreement included allowing commercial flights from Sanaa International Airport, which has been open only open to aid flights since 2016, the truce states that “operation of two commercial flights per week to and from Sanaa, during the two months of the truce, to Jordan and Egypt.”

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