Sana’a International Airport restricts flights to one day per week

Sana’a International Airport restricts flights to one day per week

Yemen’s Civil Aviation Authority in Sana’a suspended international flights coming to Sana’a International Airport, except for one day a week, as a result of popular discontent with the arbitrary measures regarding commercial flights.

Khaled Al-Shayef, a director of Sana’a International Airport, pointed out that the Yemeni airways’ leadership in Aden restricted sales in Sana’a and prevents travelers from obtaining tickets.

Al-Shayef affirmed that stopping the issuance of tickets and reservations from Sana’a and the provinces would double the suffering of travelers.

“Instead of increasing the number of flights and their destinations, we were surprised by new restrictions affecting travelers and patients,”he added.

Al-Shayef went on to say: “Since the beginning of the armistice until today, the Ministry of Transport in Sana’a has been keen to provide all facilities to the Yemenia Airways and travellers.”