Queen Alia International Airport receives 183 flights since reopening

Jordan

Published: 2020-09-28 15:43

Last Updated: 2020-09-28 16:45


Queen Alia International Airport receives 183 flights since reopening
Queen Alia International Airport receives 183 flights since reopening

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) received a total of 183 flights since it reopened on September 8, said the Director of the QAIA Project Management Unit at the Ministry of Transport, Muawiya Al-Drab'a, on Monday.

A total of 189 flights departed from QAIA , he added. 

He said institutional quarantine is no longer being imposed on arriving travelers.

The airport requires all passengers, both arriving and departing, to abide by health and safety guidelines including social distancing.

PCR tests are conducted as soon as they enter the waiting areas and the estimated waiting time is between half an hour to two hours for larger flights, he said.

The Ministry of Transport is currently working on a plan to start receiving transit flights and finalising health and safety protocols to limit contact between travelers, according to the Minister of Transport, Khaled Saif.