Hargeisa (SD) – The government of Somaliland has announced the suspension of Fly Dubai and Air Arabia into the country.
The authorities accused the airlines of complying with the Somali federal government’s directive to suspend international flights into Hargeisa.
According to a press release from the Somaliland airport authority, the airliners are being informed that they will not be able to land at any of Somaliland’s airports for now.
The two airlines Fly Dubai and Air Arabia are owned by UAE, and that country has suspended all their foreign flights.
The Ethiopian Airline flights are still landing in the Hargeisa, the headquarters of Somaliland, despite the growing fears of Coronavirus.
The Somali federal government couldn’t admittedly stop the Ethiopian Airliner into the country.
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