Egyptian Flag carrier, EgyptAir has announced the expansion of its international network by adding Delhi (India), Misrata (Libya) and Tokyo (Japan) on its network map.
Flights to Indian capital Delhi will start in August while Misrata and Tokyo service will start from September onwards.
EgyptAir : India, Libya and Japan expansion
EgyptAir will operate 4X weekly flights between Cairo and Delhi. The service will start from August month as confirmed by the Civil Aviation Minister of Egypt, Mohammed Abbas Helmi.
The airline already operates 5X weekly service to Mumbai. It deploys the Boeing 737 on this route.
September will see the launch of Misrata and Tokyo flights. The airline will operate both flights twice weekly.
With the launch of Misrata service, EgyptAir will be operating to 3 Libyan destinations including Mitiga Airport in Tripoli and Benina Airport in Benghazi.
An Egyptian Civil Aviation Delegation previously inspected Misrata International Airport on 19th June to make sure that operational procedures aligns with those prescribed by International Civil Aviation Organization.
The airline will also add 2X weekly service between Cairo and Tokyo in September.
EgyptAir to fly charter flights to South America
From September, 2X weekly charter flights will be carried out between Cairo and Sao Paulo. As of now, 4 non-stop flights are already scheduled. On September 2, 16, 30 and October 14, flights will depart from Cairo for Sao Paulo. The return flights will be on September 4, 18 and October 2, 16.
More about EgyptAir
The Egyptian flag carrier has a fleet of 70 aircraft. This fleet comprises of 6 Airbus A220s, 8 Airbus A320s, 4 Airbus A321s, 10 Airbus A330s, 27 Boeing 737s, 6 Boeing 777s and 6 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. The Star Alliance member operate passenger and freight services to 81 destinations across the globe.
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