MIAMI – Egypt, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates have ended their airspace ban on Qatari aircraft following landmark agreement.
Egypt’s state media outlet ahram.com reported today that the country was ending its three and one-half year airspace ban on Qatar. The Head of Egypt’s Civil Aviation Authority, Ashraf Noweir, said today that Egypt officially reopened its airspace to Qatari aircraft this morning.
Bahrain also opened its airspace to Qatar on Monday, its Civil Aviation Affairs Department said, after an agreement to resolve a dispute between Arab nations and Doha was signed last week.
Source:: “Airways Magazine”