The UK's flag carrier had suspended flights for security reasons.
Six days after suddenly and quite mysteriously halting all flights into Cairo, British Airways (BA) has resumed all flights to the Egyptian capital, according to a number of news sources.
On Saturday, the flight carrier cancelled flights, leaving many travellers stranded at Heathrow International Airport, with a BA statement saying only that they were cancelled due to "security concerns." After a security review, however, flights will resume today.
"Following a thorough assessment of the security arrangements, we are pleased that our service to and from Cairo will resume from Friday," BA said. "The safety and security of our customers and crew is always our priority, and we would never operate an aircraft unless it was safe to do so."
In a similar move, German carrier, Lufthansa, also suspended flights to Cairo from Munich and Frankfurt, for similarly vague reasons.