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EgyptAir to resume non-stop flights

Posted 25 June 2020 · Add Comment

EgyptAir will resume its non-stop flights to more than 29 international destinations starting July 1, 2020.

EgyptAir Holding CEO Captain Roshdy announces the airline is set to resume non-stop flights.  Image: EgyptAir

 

The carrier announced the operation of flights to 17 destinations in Europe, four in Africa, four in the Middle East, three in North America in addition to Guangzhou in China.

 

EgyptAir Holding chairman & CEO. Captain Roshdy said: “EgyptAir has been keen on providing all means of wellness and safety in all their steps with EgyptAir starting from booking their tickets through our website or contact centre, and the precautions conducted at the airports to keep safe distances between customers and onboard our aircraft equipped with air filtration systems removing viruses and bacteria in addition to the safely packed meals and personal amenity kits.”

 

The company has been also keen to provide its employees with the personal protective equipment to keep them protected.

 

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