International governments are preparing flights to get their citizens out of Egypt after the sixth day of protests and violence created concerns for non-Egyptian citizens. Major airlines such as Lufthansa and Air India are working with the U.S. and Turkey to send aircraft to Cairo and Alexandria. Greece's foreign ministry has at least two military aircraft on standby and Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki sent his presidential plane to pick up Iraqis. There are reports of chaos at Cairo's airport, with Egyptians trying to leave on a decreasing number of flights. The U.S. has stated it will not be using its military to assist in evacuations, but states that flights leaving Cairo will begin Monday. Companies such as Royal Dutch Shell are also evacuating 60 of their international families.