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EgyptAir receives its third aircraft B787-9 Dreamliner

Posted 17 June 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir has received its third aircraft B787-9 Dreamliner as part of a deal for six aircraft that EgyptAir had purchased to join its fleet, all arriving in June and July.

 

Ahmed Adel, chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Holding company said that the new type will be operated on Paris flights starting from June 18th, providing EgyptAir with a competitive advantage in operating this line, as this type of aircraft offers a wide range of technology, comfort and luxury. The advanced technical features and specifications make traveling enjoyable, safe and convenient for the passengers.

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