Riyadh: Saudi Arabia has announced the resumption of international flights from May 17.
The Saudi government has announced that all international flights will resume on May 17, instead of March 31. According to a letter issued by Saudi Civil Aviation, the ban on international flights due to the coronavirus will be lifted from May 17, after which all Saudi airports will resume normal operations.
According to Saudi officials, a letter regarding the resumption of international flights has been sent to all local airports, but travel restrictions will remain in place in all countries where the situation is extremely bad due to the coronavirus.
Last month, Saudi Arabia banned flights to 20 countries, including Pakistan, the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Turkey, Lebanon, India, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, and South Africa. , Argentina, Brazil, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Sweden and Switzerland.