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EgyptAir in expansion of cooperation with Optiontown

Posted 17 October 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir has announced the expansion of cooperation with Optiontown for optimum travel services.

 

EgyptAir and Optiontown have been working together since 2015 when the first product Upgrade Travel Option was launched.

Optiontown currently provides EgyptAir customers with a number of services including Flight Pass, a smart pass to buy a package of flights in advance for a low fixed price (up to 50% less) for multiple destination , and upgrading travel experience. 

“EgyptAir is always keen on providing its customers with the optimum travel options that make their flights with EgyptAir easier, seamless and more convenient,” said Ahmed Adel, EgyptAir Holding Chairman & CEO.

Sachin Goel, Founder and CEO of Optiontown said: “Optiontown is excited at the growth of its partnership with EgyptAir that now includes four innovative travel products that substantially enhance the customer’s travel experience. We are very happy with the way EgyptAir customers have embraced our products and we look forward to growing our partnership further.”

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