On June 27, the Saudi-led coalition and its Yemeni proxies recaptured the town of al-Faza along the western Yemeni coast, thus reopening a supply line for their units south of the city of al-Hudaydah, according to the UAE-based al-Arabiya TV.
The Sky News Arabia TV said that the Saudi-led coalition killed and captured dozens of Houthi fighters during the clashes in al-Faza. The remaining fighters of the Houthis withdrew towards the town of Zabid, northeast of al-Faza, according to Yemeni sources.
In what appears to be a response to the Saudi-led coalition advance, the the Yemeni Missiles Force [loyal to the Houthis] announced that it had launched a Qaher M2 medium range ballistic missile at a gathering of coalition forces in the western coast of Yemen. However, no hit was reported by any source.
Now after securing their supply line along the western Yemeni coast, the Saudi-led coalition and its proxies will likely launch a new ground attack on the airport of al-Hudaydah very soon. The Houthis managed to repel two attacks on the airport earlier this month and may do it once again.