Flights leaving Middle East to U.S. are PACKED!

Cairo Airport via Cheri Berens
Cairo Airport via Cheri Berens

Most of Cairo International Airport’s flights to the U.S. leave in the middle of the night and usually have a connection in Europe.

A family member is in a top position at Cairo airport. He told us that before the “official” announcement was made that the travel “ban” was lifted, he received a call to come to the airport, as an unusually high degree of passengers were arriving and were clogging up security.

Seems people were notified well before the U.S. made their announcement to airports and airlines that the ban had been lifted.

Airlines departing from International Airports were notified by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection at 3:40 a.m. that all passengers from the banned countries could board flights to the U.S.

The main cities that will start seeing arrivals of possible terrorists are New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and Washington.

All of the airlines were unusually over-booked — it seems people were leaked this information even before the announcement was made; thereby creating a larger influx of ticket purchasing to U.S. destinations.

Something is very fishy folks. Airlines in Qatar and Iraq were also jam packed with passengers to the U.S., well before the “announcement”.

Read more about what happened at CheriBerens.

Cheri Berens lives in Egypt working as a researcher for the Egyptian Ministry of Culture. She experienced Egypt’s 2011 and 2013 revolutions and witnessed the Muslim Brotherhood takeover and violence that followed.