ArabFinance: State-run EgyptAir will resume direct flights from Cairo to Oman, Jordan, Rwanda, South Africa, and Uganda as of October 1st, Akhbar el Yom reported.

The airline company will operate two weekly trips to Muscat at the beginning of next month.

Starting October 4th, EgyptAir will operate another two flights to Amman on a weekly basis.

Kigali will receive one weekly flight from Cairo starting October 8th, while two weekly trips will be operated to Johannesburg as of the same date.

EgyptAir, in addition, will operate one weekly flight from Cairo International Airport to Entebbe starting October 9th.

Earlier this month, the company resumed its flights to Ghana's Accra as well as Nigeria's Abuja and Lagos.

The national carrier has recently partnered with the UAE’s Aster Hospitals to offer its passengers the coronavirus test at a special price.

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