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EgyptAir receives third B737-800 NG

Posted 2 May 2017 · Add Comment

EgyptAir has received its third B737-800 NG aircraft at Cairo International Airport.

The aircraft is the third among the nine-aircraft order which has been agreed upon and signed recently between the national carrier and Boeing,.

Safwat Mosallam, EgyptAir CEO said: “The arrival of the aircraft marks EgyptAir’s  85th anniversary and for this reason, we introduced a very special tailfin decorating it with the new logo as celebrating this unforgettable day of everyone one working for the progress of this entity.”

 

 

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