Alexandria Airlines (DQ, Cairo International) has filed schedules indicating its plan to restart scheduled operations on April 23, 2022, ch-aviation analysis has revealed.

The Egyptian carrier intends to operate from its base at Alexandria Borg el Arab to Amman Queen Alia (2x weekly starting on April 23) and to Kuwait (2x weekly starting on May 3). All flights will be onboard the carrier's sole B737-500, SU-KHM (msn 26438). The 29.3-year-old aircraft has been parked at Amman airport since February 27. Before that, it was used for charter flights between the Jordanian capital and various destinations in Egypt.

Alexandria Airlines also operates a single B777-300. The aircraft had been inactive for most of the COVID-19 pandemic and was reactivated in late December 2021 to operate charter flights from Cairo International and Sharm el Sheikh. It is currently parked at the Egyptian capital gateway, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows.

The carrier's internet booking engine does not yet show its planned operations to Kuwait and Amman.

Alexandria Airlines did not respond to ch-aviation's request for comment.