Second commercial flight lands in Sana'a

Second commercial flight lands in Sana'a

Yemen Airways has announced on Wednesday the arrival of its second flight in Sana’a International Airport.

The Yemenia Company said in a post on its official Facebook page that “the second flight arrived this afternoon in Sana’a airport with 60 passengers on board, coming from Queen Alia Airport in Amman, the capital of Jordan.”

The Airbus 330 was provided with all air and ground navigation services in accordance with the international conditions applicable at international airports.

The Undersecretary of the Public Authority for Civil Aviation and Meteorology, Raed Jabal, said that this flight coming from the Jordanian capital, Amman, to Sana’a is the second out of 16 flights within the humanitarian truce announced by the United Nations.

He called on the United Nations to double the flights according to the provisions of the humanitarian truce for the benefit of citizens in general and patients in particular.

Upon their arrival, the passengers expressed their thanks and appreciation to those who contributed and worked to return flights to Sana’a International Airport, considering the airport to be Yemen’s safe gateway for all Yemeni travelers.

The first flight departed from Sana’a International Airport last Monday, after a period of more than six years in which Sana’a had no commercial flights due to the blockade.