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Air Cairo adds two A320 neos from GECAS to fleet

Posted 3 July 2021 · Add Comment

Air Cairo has taken delivery of the first of two A320-200neos from GECAS, with the second expected in early August. These aircraft will expand on the Egypt-based low-cost carrier’s current fleet of seven A320s.

 “Adding these aircraft to our all-A320 fleet will provide Air Cairo with much-needed capacity to meet the needs of our passengers,” said Hussein Sherif, Air Cairo chairman and CEO. “We’re excited to induct two more fuel-efficient A320neos and are grateful to the GECAS team for their support of our growing operations.”

Mick O’Mahony, GECAS SVP & regional manager, Middle East, Africa and CIS.said: “I’m confident Air Cairo will be putting these aircraft to exceptionally good use in their expanding EMEA network.” 

 

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