As part of the Star Alliance network, Egyptian national airline EGYPTAIR has declared the addition of new direct routes for 2023. Among these is a July departure from Cairo to Manchester, which is serviced five times per week via B737-800NG aircraft and provides business class.

Additionally, EGYPTAIR initiated flights between Cairo and Delhi in August, utilising A320 aircraft for these journeys four times per week.

The airline’s ambitious plan to link Egypt with numerous nations around the globe includes an expansion of connections from its main hub in Africa to Europe and Asia. This route addition coincides with these efforts. Further to the aforementioned new routes, EGYPTAIR has recently expanded its network to include Dhaka, New Jersey, Narita, and New Jersey, Bangladesh, and Narita, Japan, respectively.

Engineer Yehia Zakaria, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EGYPTAIR Holding Company, asserts:

At EgyptAir we have announced the ambitious plans of the national carrier to enhance its network in Asia. The company aims to introduce two new routes in Cairo/Jakarta, Indonesia, Cairo/Shanghai and China, in the near future. EGYPTAIR is committed to a long-term strategy focused on attracting a larger customer base worldwide. This strategy aims to provide travellers with a diverse range of travel options, both through the airline’s extensive network of destinations and the global Star Alliance network.

Egypt witnessed a resurgence in tourism in 2023; therefore, EGYPTAIR anticipates 18 million visitors in 2024 and 20 million in 2025. In order to accommodate this surge in tourism activity, additional airline routes are required. EGYPTAIR has thus far inaugurated eight new routes this year, with Shanghai receiving one more in November.

In comparison to 2019, the airline has surpassed its passenger capacity this year. Compared to July and September of 2019, the airline experienced a 77% increase in network load factor in 2022/2023. The airline’s net profit for the fiscal year 2022/2023 amounted to $41,972,942.

The airline, established in 1932, is regarded as a pioneering global carrier and ranks seventh globally with a fleet comprising 43 Airbus and 46 Boeing aircraft. At present, the airline operates to over 72 destinations across the globe, including eight cities within the United States, and within the global Star Alliance network.

Established in 1932, EGYPTAIR, the national carrier of Egypt and a member of Star Alliance, is the seventh-oldest airline in the globe. Presently, the Egyptian airline, which operates to over 72 destinations worldwide in addition to the Star Alliance network and eight domestic destinations within Egypt, operates a fleet of 46 Boeing and 43 Airbus aircraft.

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