CAIRO - Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly ordered yesterday the suspension of schools and universities in Greater Cairo due to weather conditions.
EgyptAir also announced late Tuesday that it was delaying the departure of its planes from Cairo airport due to heavy rains that closed roads leading to the airport and delayed the arrival of passengers.
The company said in a statement that it made the decision "due to bad weather and heavy rain this evening on Cairo resulted in congestion and congestion in traffic as a result of caution and slow traffic, including roads leading to Cairo airport."
In turn, the Cairo Air Port Company decided to close the terminal for domestic flights at the airport "due to the accumulation of heavy rain water inside the terminal, and the terminal's decline from the ground by several meters," according to the newspaper "the seventh day."
The newspaper added that "three domestic flights" were transferred to another terminal at the airport.