The airport in eastern Timisoar state in Central Mozambique has been on lockdown since the coronavirus epidemic began.
The airport, which is about a five-hour drive south of the capital, Nkurunziza, has been closed to all international flights.
It is only open for business and some international flights have been canceled.
Timisoara airport is one of the most isolated in Central Africa.
Its only major access point into the capital is the airport terminal.
The airport is home to some of Mozambican aviation’s most elite pilots, including the head of Mozabite Air, who flew over 500 sorties in 2013.
It also hosts some of the world’s busiest and busiest air traffic controllers, with the airport also providing a key hub for flights into the European Union.
The airport has been hit by a host of security measures as the epidemic has spread.
The last flight into the airport was from January 13 to March 4, when a Nigerian man boarded a flight to Paris and was detained for nearly four hours.
Mozambique’s president, José Nkuruwa, ordered a halt to all flights to and from the country.
The country also suspended all travel from Africa and South America, which has been the most affected by the virus.
While the airport remains under lockdown, the airport’s chief flight inspector, Daniel Sibon, told Reuters news agency that he was not planning to reopen the airport until he received the results of a new coronaviruses test.
“If we are able to show the virus in the air at this moment, we are ready to reopen.
We will be ready for that,” he said.
Sibon said that he did not expect the airport to reopen until late February.