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EgyptAir to operate non-stop services between Cairo and Dhaka

Posted 14 September 2021 · Add Comment

EgyptAir plans to operate non-stop flights between Cairo and Dhaka in Bangladesh by November 2021.

 

IMage:  EgyptAir

The agreement was signed by Mohamed Wael Al-Demerdash,  EgyptAir VP commercial sector and Sami Said Ali, ALO Dhaka CEO.

 

EgyptAir plans to operate the new route by the Airbus A330-300.

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