The ministers also discussed the status of Egyptian and Kuwaiti expats in both states.
This is the tenth A220-300 aircraft to be delivered to Egypt as part of a deal with Airbus Company to purchase 12 aircraft of the same family.
They will land in five governorates that are Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Sohag, and Asiut.
A flight repatriating 174 Egyptian expats stranded in Qatar landed in Cairo Sunday from Oman, where they were transiting.
Roshdy said in a phone-in that the company was ready to carry home more citizens if requested.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi inaugurated on June 29, 2020 Sphinx Airport on Cairo-Alex Road and the New Administrative Capital airport via video-conference.
Egypt and Jordan will launch on June 29 a marine line between Nueiba and Aqaba for Egyptian expats stuck in Jordan to return to their homeland.
The international airports of Cairo and Sohag are receiving on June 28-29 seven flights repatriating 1,070 Egyptian expats who were stuck in Kuwait over the COVID-19 outbreak.
Those were stuck in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Italy and Qatar.
Cairo International Airport received on Tuesday six exceptional flights repatriating around 857 Egyptian expats from Saudi Arabia, Kenya, and Yemen.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation is operating five flights Monday to Oman where Egyptian expats who were stuck in Qatar are transiting.
Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar stated that around 57,000 stranded Egyptians have been brought home on 315 exceptional flights.
They are being repatriated to their homeland.
An Air Cairo flight landed in Cairo International Airport on Sunday evening carrying from Oman 170 Egyptians who were stranded in Qatar.
After the resumption of domestic tourism late in May, Egyptian hotels and resorts are getting ready to receive foreign tourists in July.
The Cabinet's COVID-19 Crisis Management Committee convened on June 11, and decided to gradually resume international tourism on July 1.
Six hundred Egyptians stuck in Kuwait arrived in Cairo International Airport on 2 exceptional flights.
Two flights landed in Cairo, and 2 others arrived in Marsa Alam.
The flights operated by the national carriers of EgyptAir and Air Cairo under the State's efforts to take urgent steps to meet the demands of Egyptians stranded worldwide.
The Civil Aviation Ministry operates on Tuesday five flights to bring home Egyptians stranded in Gulf countries.