Yemeni Civil Aviation: All flights must be allowed to Sana’a International Airport




An official at the General Authority of Civil Aviation called on Saturday for allowing all flights to reach Sana’a International Airport.

The source stated that the humanitarian flights that arrived at Sana’a airport are not sufficient and demanded that all flights, including Yemen Airways, should be permitted in order to save the lives of patients and return stranded people abroad.

To further explain, four flights of the United Nations, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and UNICEF arrived Saturday at Sana’a Airport.

The official told YemenExtra that an ICRC plane arrived at the airport containing eight staff members of the committee and two United Nations planes carrying 23 UN relief workers from Amman and Djibouti.

A plane affiliated with the UNICEF also arrived with about 16 tons of vaccines for polio, official added.

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