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EgyptAir tops Africa's punctuality table

Posted 25 January 2018 · Add Comment

EgyptAir was named as Africa's most punctual airport in OAG's annual punctuality league results which is drawn from a database of approximately 57 million flight records.

Holding company chairman Safwat Musallam said: "We are keen on maintaining this rank, so as to offer our loyal customers the best services they deserve in accordance with strategic planning in modernizing the fleet." OAG defines 'on time' as within 14 minutes and 59 seconds of scheduled arrival/departure time.

EgyptAir airline CEO Sherif Ezzat said: "This outstanding result is achieved after ranking the 31st amongst the top 50 punctual airlines out of 900 airlines worldwide release in October 2017 report, with 10 points higher than leading carriers in the Middle East and African region."


 

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