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EgyptAir and Air Cairo sign codeshare agreement

Posted 1 September 2020 · Add Comment

EgyptAir and Air Cairo have initialised their first step of cooperation through signing a codeshare agreement extending both airlines’ networks to further destinations domestically and beyond Cairo Airport.

EgyptAir and Air Cairo sign codeshare agreement.  Image: Captain Amr AbuElenin, Egypt Airlines chairman & CEO.  EgyptAir

Captain Amr AbuElenin, Egypt Airlines chairman & CEO said:  “The implementation of the codeshare agreement is scheduled to commence during Winter Season 2020/2021, as Air Cairo code will be placed on EgyptAir domestic flights between Cairo and Aswan, Luxor, Sharm El- Sheikh, Hurghada, Asuit, Alexandria and Suhag and on EGYPTAIR international flights between Cairo and Rome, Milan, Bahrain and Copenhagen.” 

AbuElenin added: “This step comes as part of EgyptAir’s plan to achieve integration between the flight schedules of both airlines and offering more flying options for Air Cairo customers to the top leisure destinations in Egypt and to other destinations in EgyptAir global network.”

 

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