The request was issued after several aid groups' call to have the airport reopened, stating that a year-long blockade was impeding humanitarian aid delivery and preventing travel of thousands of patients seeking treatment overseas.
The Saudi-led coalition forced the closure of Sanaa airport in August 2016 to all but a few United Nations aid flights on the grounds that the airport was a main channel of arms smuggling for the rebels.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, seen by the U.S. as the network's most risky branch, has exploited years of conflict between the government and the rebels to expand its presence in Yemen, particularly in southern provinces.
In another Yemen-related development, the UAE's official news agency confirmed late on Friday via Twitter that four Emirati soldiers were killed in an Apache helicopter crash after making an emergency landing during a mission. He called on the warring parties to allow humanitarian aid access and reopen the airport.
WAM said the helicopter crashed in Yemen's Shabwa province due to a technical malfunction. A cholera outbreak has killed more than 1,700 people since April with more than 320,000 suspected cases.
Civil war in Yemen has been raging for more than two years, with Shi'ite Muslim Houthis supported by Iran fighting Saudi-backed government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.
The jihadists are thought to have moved farther south into neighbouring Abyan province.
The MSF supplies cover only two months.
She blamed security agents loyal to "the fascist coup alliance", a reference to the Houthis and Saleh, who have established a transitional administration in Sanaa to rival the Aden-based Hadi government.