A Yemenia Airlines flight took off from Sana’a International Airport on Wednesday afternoon, heading to Jordan’s Queen Alia Airport with 271 passengers on board.
The departures affirmed the importance of operating flights to Cairo from Sana’a Airport, noting the airport’s technical and professional readiness and the upscale dealings of the airport staff.
Earlier in the day, the 10th Yemeni flight within the UN-brokered truce arrived at Sana’a Airport, coming from Jordan’s Queen Alia Airport, with 268 passengers on board.
The Airbus 330 aircraft received air navigation and ground services in accordance with the practice in international airports.
Several of those arriving on the plane were seen praising the level of services provided to them at the airport.