APS - 22 July 2020
ALGIERS- Two flights from Algiers to Moscow (Russia) and Amman (Jordan) are scheduled on July 27 by the national airline company Air Algerie for the benefit of Algerian and foreign residents stranded in Algeria, Spokesman of the national airline, Amine Andaloussi, told APS on Saturday.
These two planned flights to the Russian and Jordanian capitals, to transport Algerian residents and foreigners stranded in Algeria following the containment procedures related to the Covid-19 pandemic, come after the first six scheduled destinations to transport Algerian residents and foreigners who have remained stranded in Algeria.
These six international destinations were thus served from Algiers according to a programme spread out between 23 and 26 July for the benefit of nationals, residents and holders of type D visas for the Schengen area who remained blocked in Algeria because of this pandemic.
These destinations are as follows: Algiers-Rome on 23 July, Algiers-Brussels on 24 July, Algiers-Frankfurt on 24 July, Algiers-Muscat (Oman) on 25 July, Algiers-Doha (Qatar) on 25 July and Algiers-Cairo on 26 July.
According to Air Algérie, all nationals taking these flights from Algiers must meet the entry requirements for the countries of destination by consulting the government websites of these same countries.
These operations, which are part of the repatriation flights operated by Air Algérie, will repatriate upon arrival in these cities (Rome, Brussels, Frankfurt, Muscat, Doha and Cairo) a number of Algerian nationals who have remained stranded in these countries because of Covid-19.