Medical flight carrying 32 Yemeni patients leave Sanaa airport

February 9, 2020

SANAA, Feb. 8 (Saba) – 23 Yemeni patients and 25 companies left on Saturday Sanaa airport to Jordan across medical flights organized by the United Nations and the World Health Organization.

The director of Sanaa International Airport, Khaled Al-Shaif, describes the second medical flights to transport the patients as a positive step for alleviating the suffering of the Yemeni patients, hoping that the flights would be continued to travel patients abroad for treatment.

Al-Shaif reaffirmed Sanaa airport is prepared to receive flights in accordance with the International Aviation Organization (ICAO)'s requirements.


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