Timeline on the progress of the Truce implementation

April 2022

01 April 2022:

  • Following around three months of bilateral discussions with the parties, the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, sends a proposal to the Government of Yemen and Ansar Allah seeking their commitment to a two-month, unilateral Truce.
  • The Government of Yemen and Ansar Allah publicly commit to the UN’s Truce proposal. The terms agreed by the parties include a temporary cessation of all offensive military operations, the entry of 18 fuel ships over two months, the operation of two commercial flights a week to and from Sana’a airport to both Amman and Cairo, a commitment to convene for a meeting to agree on opening roads in Taiz and other governorates, and a commitment to work with the UN Special Envoy on next steps towards ending the war.
  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships “Splendour Saphire” and “Caesar” to enter the Hudaydah port in a gesture of goodwill before the start of the Truce.

02 April 2022:

  • The Truce Agreement comes into effect at 7 p.m., Yemen time.
  • The Office of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Yemen (OSESGY) initiates a series of meetings with relevant authorities in destination countries to coordinate the facilitation of operating flights to and from Sana’a airport. The meetings continue through April.

03 April 2022:

  • OSESGY requests from the Government of Yemen the provision of focal points to facilitate coordination on the operation of commercial flights as per the terms of the Truce. 

04 April 2022:

  • The Security Council welcomes the announcement of the two-month Truce and calls on all parties to seize the opportunity provided by the Truce and work with the UN Special Envoy to make progress towards a comprehensive ceasefire and an inclusive political settlement. 
  • OSESGY requests from the Government of Yemen, as per the terms of the Truce, the provision of focal points for a coordination mechanism designed to help the parties prevent, manage and de-escalate incidents of violence to preserve the cessation of all offensive military operations.
  • OSESGY requests from Ansar Allah, as per the terms of the Truce, the provision of focal points for a coordination mechanism to help the parties prevent, manage and de-escalate incidents of violence to preserve the cessation of all offensive military operations. OSESGY also requests from Ansar Allah the provision of focal points to facilitate the operation of commercial flights.
  • OSESGY requests that the Government of Yemen and Ansar Allah nominate a list of three participants including one military representative for the meeting on opening roads in Taiz and other governorates as per the terms of the Truce.
  • The Government of Yemen provides their focal points for the coordination mechanism designed to prevent, manage, and de-escalate incidents of violence, as well as focal points to coordinate the operation of commercial flights to and from Sana'a airport. 

05 April 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears three fuel ships “Sands", "Coronet” and “Sea Adore” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.
  • OSESGY holds the first meeting with the Government of Yemen’s focal points for the operation of flights to and from Sana’a airport to facilitate coordination for the flights’ logistical procedures.
  • OSESGY holds the first meeting to discuss the Truce implementation with the Government of Yemen’s focal points for the coordination mechanism designed to help the parties prevent, manage and de-escalate incidents of violence.

06 April 2022:

  • Ansar Allah provides focal points to coordinate the operation of commercial flights to and from Sana’a airport.

07 April 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen provides a list of three participants and one military representative for the meeting to agree on opening roads in Taiz and other governorates.
  • OSESGY begins engagements with Ansar Allah’s focal points to facilitate coordination for the flights’ logistical procedures.
  • OSESGY starts consultations in preparation for the meeting between the parties on opening roads in Taiz and other governorates

11 April 2022:

  • The UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, visits Sana’a and meets with Ansar Allah leaders to discuss the implementation of the Truce and ways to strengthen and extend it as well as build on its momentum towards reaching an inclusive and sustainable political settlement of the conflict.

15 April 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships “Sea Heart” and “Daytona” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

18 April 2022:

19 April 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “MT Harvest” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

20 April 2022:

  • Yemen Airways announces the operation of the first commercial flight from Sana’a airport in six years heading for Amman, Jordan. The flight was scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 24.

21 April 2022:

  • A disagreement arises between the parties about flight procedures. OSESGY begins mediation efforts to find a solution that allows for the flights to resume as planned.

24 April 2022:

  • The flights originally planned between Sana'a and Amman for Sunday, 24 April, are postponed. OSESGY continues efforts to find an acceptable solution that allows the flights to resume as per the terms of the Truce.
  • OSESGY holds a first meeting with the Government of Yemen delegates in preparation for the meeting on opening roads in Taiz and other governorates

25 April 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Imperious” to enter the port of Hudaydah as per the terms of the truce.

May 2022

05 May 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship "Eugenia Gas" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

09 May 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships "Uhud" and "Princess Khadija" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce. 

16 May 2022:

  • The first commercial flight (IY6460) in nearly six years takes off from Sana'a airport heading to Amman carrying 130 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 52 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship "Coronet" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

17 May 2022:

  • Ansar Allah provides focal points for the coordination mechanism designed to prevent, manage, and de-escalate incidents of violence.
  • Ansar Allah provides focal points for the meeting to agree on opening roads in Taiz and other governorates.

18 May 2022:

  • The second commercial flight (IY6461) takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 58 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 177 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship "Sea Adore" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

​​​23 May 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships "Claudia Gas" and "Caesar" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

25 May 2022:

  • The third commercial flight (IY6461) takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 262 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 265 Yemeni passengers.

27 May 2022:

  • OSESGY shares a proposal on the phased re-opening of a combination of roads in Taiz and other governorates, including an implementation mechanism and guarantees for the safety of civilian travelers, based on the discussions with both sides. 
  • The fourth commercial flight (IY6461) takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 253 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 265 Yemeni passengers.

28 May 2022:

30 May 2022:

  • The fifth commercial flight (IY6460) takes off from from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 150 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 122 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships "Pericles" and "Sands" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

31 May 2022:

  • The sixth commercial flight (IY6460) takes off from from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 272 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 257 Yemeni passengers.

June 2022

01 June 2022:

  • The first commercial flight (IY600) between Sana'a and Cairo takes off from Sana'a airport carrying 77 Yemeni passengers, bringing the total number of flights from and to Sana'a airport to seven commercial flights since the beginning of the truce.
  • The same commercial flight (IY601) returns back from Cairo to Sana’a airport carrying 145 Yemeni passengers.

02 June 2022:

  • The Special Envoy announces that the parties to the conflict agreed to the UN’s proposal to renew the current truce in Yemen for two additional months.

05 June 2022:

06 June 2022:

  • OSESGY convenes the second meeting of the military coordination committee comprised of military representatives from the Government of Yemen, Ansar Allah and and the Coalition Joint Forces Command in Amman, Jordan.
  • OSESGY shares with the Government of Yemen and Ansar Allah a revised proposal on the phased re-opening of roads, including an implementation mechanism and guarantees for the safety of civilian travelers, based on the discussions with both sides.

09 June 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships "Fos Power" and "Viviana" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

10 June 2022:

  • The eighth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 150 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 150 Yemeni passengers.

15 June 2022:

  • The ninth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 269 Yemeni passengers.

16 June 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Fos Energy” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

17 June 2022:

  • The tenth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 289 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.

21 June 2022:

  • Ansar Allah responded and proposed changes to the UN phased proposal to re-open roads in Taiz and other governorates, which was developed based on direct discussions between the parties in late May – early June 2022.

22 June 2022:

  • The eleventh commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 268 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 271 Yemeni passengers.

23 June 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Uhud” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

24 June 2022:

  • The twelfth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 260 Yemeni passengers.

27 June 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Princess Halima” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

29 June 2022:

  • The thirteenth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 270 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 260 Yemeni passengers.

July 2022

01 July 2022:

  • The fourteenth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 286 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 265 Yemeni passengers.

03 July 2022:

  • OSESGY shares an updated proposal on the phased opening of roads. Phase 1 proposed the opening of four roads in Taiz, including a road also advocated for by Yemeni civil society. Phase II proposed a commitment by the parties to open roads in Taiz and other governorates, including Marib, Al-Baydah, Al-Jawf, Al-Hodeidah and Al-Dhale’. 
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Sea Heart” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

05 July 2022:

  • OSESGY convenes the third meeting of the military coordination committee comprised of military representatives of the Government of Yemen, Ansar Allah and the Coalition’s Joint Forces Command in Amman, Jordan. The committee agreed to take steps to build more trust and reinforce their commitment to the truce on the occasion of the upcoming Eid Al Adha. The representatives further discussed the formation of the joint coordination room that will be tasked with de-escalating incidents at the operational level and appointed a working group that commenced detailed, technical discussions to consolidate proposals in that regard.

06 July 2022:

  • The fifteenth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 275 Yemeni passengers.

07 July 2022: 

  • Following announcements of unilateral actions to open roads, the Special Envoy stressed the importance of an agreement from both sides as road openings require coordination and ongoing communication to ensure safe and sustainable passage for civilians.

08 July 2022:

  • The sixteenth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.

10 July 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Princess Khadija” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

11 July 2022:

  • During his briefing to the Security Council, the Special Envoy announced that Ansar Allah have communicated that they do not accept his latest proposal.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Diesel Ship” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

13 July 2022:

  • The seventeenth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 282 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 287 Yemeni passengers.

15 July 2022:

  • The eighteenth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 264 Yemeni passengers.

16 July 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “MT Sands” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

18 July 2022:

  • The nineteenth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 261 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 258 Yemeni passengers.

20 July 2022:

  • The twentieth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.

22 July 2022:

  • The twenty first commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.

24 July 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Lady Sarah” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

25 July 2022:

  • The twenty second commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 269 Yemeni passengers.

27 July 2022:

  • The twenty third commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.

28 July 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships "Viviana" and "Invictus" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

29 July 2022:

  • The twenty fourth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships "Sea Adore" and "Pass Energy" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

August 2022

01 Aug 2022:

  • The twenty firfth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 274 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships "Uhud" and "Hari Parkash" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

02 Aug 2022:

  • The Special Envoy announces that the parties agreed to extend the truce in Yemen under the same terms for an additional two months.

03 Aug 2022:

  • The twenty sixth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.

05 Aug 2022:

  • The twenty seventh commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Sea Heart” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

08 Aug 2022:

  • The twenty eighth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 281 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 274 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Symphony” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

10 Aug 2022:

  • The twenty ninth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 273 Yemeni passengers.

12 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.

15 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty first commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

17 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty second commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 281 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

19 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty third commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 282 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.

22 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty fourth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 285 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

24 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty fifth commercial flight (IY6461), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Amman to Sana’a airport carrying 287 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6460) returns back from Sana’a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.

26 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty sixth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.

29 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty seventh commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 281 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

31 Aug 2022:

  • The thirty eighth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 281 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 274 Yemeni passengers.

September 2022

02 September 2022:

  • The thirty ninth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 275 Yemeni passengers.

05 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.

07 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty first commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.

09 Sep 2022:​​​​​

  • The fourty second commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 273 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears four fuel ships “Golden Eagle II", "Fos Power", "Sands" and "Tiara” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

10 Sep 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears four fuel ships “Carpe Diem II", "Lady Sarah", "Uhud" and "Victorious” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

11 Sep 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears four fuel ships “Beks Fenix", "Princess Halima", "Ocean Autumn" and "Super Emerald” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

12 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty third commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 271Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Daytona" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

14 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty fourth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 269 Yemeni passengers.

15 Sep 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships “Red Ruby" and "Salacgriva" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

16 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty fifth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 275 Yemeni passengers.

19 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty sixth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 284 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 267 Yemeni passengers.

21 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty seventh commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

23 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty eighth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 284 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 275 Yemeni passengers.

24 Sep 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Hari Prakash" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

26 Sep 2022:

  • The fourty nineth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 288 Yemeni passengers.

27 Sep 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Sea adore" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

28 Sep 2022:

  • The fiftieth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 286 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

30 Sep 2022:

  • The fifty first commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 287 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

October 2022

02 Oct 2022:

  • Yemen's warring sides have failed to reach an agreement to extend a nationwide truce after 2nd of October 2022.

04 Oct 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships “Soprano Serene" and "Viviana" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

05 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty second commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 1st flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 274 Yemeni passengers.

06 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty third commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 2nd flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 249 Yemeni passengers.

07 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty fourth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 3rd flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 287 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 245 Yemeni passengers.

10 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty fifth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 4th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 275 Yemeni passengers.

12 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty sixth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 5th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 249 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears three fuel ships “Sea Heart", "Coronet" and "Princess Khadija" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

14 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty seventh commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 6th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 267 Yemeni passengers.

17 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty eighth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 7th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 292 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Imperious" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

18 Oct 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship "Lady Sarah" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

19 Oct 2022:

  • The fifty ninth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 8th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 284 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 265 Yemeni passengers.

21 Oct 2022:

  • The sixtieth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 9th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 267 Yemeni passengers.

23 Oct 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships “Pericles" and "Oscar” to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

24 Oct 2022:

  • The sixty first commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 10th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 283 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 213 Yemeni passengers.

26 Oct 2022:

  • The sixty second commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 11th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 271 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 224 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Sands" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

28 Oct 2022:

  • The sixty third commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 12th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 276 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 275 Yemeni passengers.

31 Oct 2022:

  • The sixty fourth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 13th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 274 Yemeni passengers.

November 2022

02 Nov 2022:

  • The sixty fifth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 14th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 225 Yemeni passengers.

04 Nov 2022:

  • The sixty sixth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 15th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 260 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 244 Yemeni passengers.

05 Nov 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Soprano Serene" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

07 Nov 2022:

  • The sixty seventh commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 16th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 274 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 217 Yemeni passengers.

09 Nov 2022:

  • The sixty eighth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 17th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 267 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship “Daytona" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

10 Nov 2022:

  • The same (68th) commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 210 Yemeni passengers.

11 Nov 2022:

  • The sixty nineth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 18th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 287 Yemeni passengers.
  • The Government of Yemen clears two fuel ships “Princess Halima" and "Fos Energy" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

14 Nov 2022:

  • The seventy commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 19th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 271 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 280 Yemeni passengers.

15 Nov 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship "Red Ruby" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

16 Nov 2022:

  • The seventy first commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 20th flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 271 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.

17 Nov 2022:

  • The Government of Yemen clears one fuel ship "Al Safa" to enter the Hudaydah port as per the terms of the Truce.

18 Nov 2022:

  • The seventy second commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 21st flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 277 Yemeni passengers.
  • The seventy third commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 22nd flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 278 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 275 Yemeni passengers.

23 Nov 2022:

  • The seventy fourth commercial flight (IY6460), since the beginning of the truce, (also representing the 23nd flight despite the Truce expired on 02 October), takes off from Sana'a airport to Amman carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.
  • The same commercial flight (IY6461) returns back from Amman to Sana'a airport carrying 279 Yemeni passengers.