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EgyptAir and Lufthansa extend their codeshare cooperation

Posted 26 September 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir and Lufthansa will extend their codeshare operation offering further connections to both airlines’ customers in Europe and Egypt.

“The aim is to offer our customers widened network and sought-after travel destinations, especially in the European Continent” said captain Ahmed Adel, EgyptAir Holding chairman and CEO.

“Following the extension of the current codeshare agreement with our partner, EgyptAir customers will be able to connect to Hamburg (HAM) and Cologne (CGN) in Germany, Nice (NCE) in France and Warsaw (WAW) in Poland.”

Captain Ashraf Al- Kholy, EgyptAir chairman anf CEO, added:  “Following the successful current cooperation with the Star Alliance member airline Lufthansa, EGYPTAIR is keen on further extending its footprint in the European continent to more destinations fulfilling the needs of our customers.”

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