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EgyptAir to increase flights to several international destinations in summer 2020

Posted 16 December 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir will increase its flights to several destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and the Middle East in summer 2020.

 

“This comes in the framework of the company's effort to upgrade its airlines network that is extended to reach 70 destinations worldwide," said Capt. Ashraf El-Kholy, Chairman and CEO of E EgyptAir Airlines.

The national carrier will increase its flights to Washington to be four weekly flights instead of three, and to Toronto to be seven weekly flights instead of six, while in Europe, flights to Istanbul is due to be increased to be 21 weekly flights instead of 14, flights to Vienna to be seven weekly flights instead of six, flights to Berlin to be six weekly flights instead of five, and flights to Moscow to be four weekly flights instead of three.

In addition, the company is due to increase its flights in Africa, to Khartoum to be 20 weekly flights instead of 17, Juba to be three flights instead of two, and Lagos to be 11 weekly flights instead of five, in the Middle East, it will increase its flights to Kuwait to be 42 weekly flights instead of 28, Dubai to be 28 flights instead of 25, and in Asia, flights will be increased to Bombay to be five weekly flights instead of four, and Tokyo to be three weekly flights instead of two.

 

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