Air traffic is so far regular at Cairo International Airport despite the bad weather that hit the country, said President of the Egypt National Air Navigation Services Company Ehab Moheiddin in a press statement on Wednesday.
Rainfall in some areas did not affect air traffic, said Moheiddin, adding that there is no delay in the take-off trips.
Air traffic can be affected only when a certain level of wind speed hits, he pointed out.
Moheiddin stressed that a task force is continuously following up with the weather situation.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm