The Coronavirus Crisis Cell announced that a flight carrying 276 passengers from Chicago has arrived at Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) on the dawn of Monday, June 8, as part of the third phase to repatriate Jordanians stranded abroad.
Five flights will arrive tomorrow from Istanbul, Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, and Riyadh, according to a statement issued by the Crisis Cell.
Wednesday flights will bring Jordanians stranded in Cairo, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, and Muscat.
Six flights will arrive this Thursday from Dubai, Doha, Riyadh, Armenia, and Kuwait, while a flight will arrive from Chicago on Friday dawn.
On Sunday, June 14, a flight will bring back home Jordanians from Khartoum, while on Wednesday, June 17, a flight will arrive from New York.