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EgyptAir receives its second A220-300

Posted 1 October 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir has received its second Airbus A220-300 aircraft from Mirabel, Canada, as a part of a deal of 12 aircraft from the same type to be received respectively until June 2020.

Captain Ahmed Adel Chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Holding Company said the aircraft will be operated on regional and domestic routes in the coming period, along with other models that have recently joined the company's fleet. 

Captain Ashraf Al-Kholy, Chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Airlines said: “The A220-300 aircraft is equipped with 140 seats and it provides a high level of comfort and a very relaxed seat pitch. In addition, the aircraft is provided with Wi-Fi Internet and video/audio streaming service for the customers to stay entertained through their mobile phones, laptops or Tablets.”

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