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EgyptAir and Royal Air Maroc in new code-share agreement

Posted 28 November 2017 · Add Comment

EgyptAir and Royal Air Maroc have announced the launch of their new code-share partnership.

Together, the two airlines offer their mutual customers 12 weekly flights between Cairo and Casablanca with both airlines designation code.

The flights will be available as of today on both airlines’ booking systems aiming to increase revenues and offering further services to accommodate the needs of their passengers.

The new code-share agreement between EgyptAir and Royal Air Maroc was concluded with the prospect of long-term cooperation, allowing access to major cities on both airlines' networks.

“We gladly announce the new co-operation with Royal Air Maroc. Together, we offer our customers 12 direct weekly flights between Egypt and Morocco, having both airlines designation code, opening new horizons and establishing more ties within our network for maximum passenger satisfaction,” said Safwat Musallam Chairman and CEO EgyptAir Holding. 

“This new stage of commercial cooperation will offer passengers who wish to travel between Morocco and Egypt more facilities and new transport possibilities in terms of schedules and frequencies, shorter connections, with the objective of sustaining and developing the traffic flows between our two countries” said Abdelhamid Addou, Chairman of the board and CEO of Royal Air Maroc.

Capt. Sherif Ezzat, EgyptAir Airlines Chairman and CEO said: “Increasing frequencies will enable customers to enjoy enhanced connectivity and seamless travel throughout both airlines’ networks.”

Capt. Sherif added “This partnership will cover all market segmentation and will enable both airlines from benefitting from the enhanced business opportunities”.




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