EgyptAir operates new service to Hong Kong next Sept.
State-owned EgyptAir will begin its new flights to Hong Kong on September 17, said Ahmed Adel, chairman of EgyptAir Holding Co, on Monday.
The company is always seeking to open new markets in the world’s most important cities, especially that the Far East destinations are promising markets in the field of air traffic and air transport, Adel said.
Sherif Ezzat, chairman and chief executive of EgyptAir Airlines, said the company will operate two flights per week to Hong Kong via Bangkok on Mondays and Fridays at 23:10 aboard one of its latest Airbus A330-300.
EgyptAir offers its customers a 25 percent discount on their first flight tickets from Cairo and all points of EgyptAir’s network to Hong Kong at all booking levels. Tickets can be purchased from now until the date of the flight.