Star Alliance member EgyptAir said its 2015 summer schedule will be stable in terms of frequencies compared to last year. The summer schedule runs through Oct. 24.
“Operation schedules were reviewed and some modifications were made. The company is to operate 855 flights with a frequency of 649 international and 206 domestic/regional flights,” chairman and CEO Hesham Elnahas said in a statement.
“EgyptAir is to operate 228 weekly flights to the Middle East, around 158 weekly flights to European cities, 111 weekly flights to Africa, 22 weekly flights to the Far East and 11 weekly flights to North America, while the number of flights from other Egyptian airports reached around 48 flights,” he added.
As for EgyptAir’s domestic destinations from Cairo International Airport, 71 flights are to be operated to Sharm El-Sheikh, Hurgahda, Luxor, Aswan and Alexandria.
The carrier’s subsidiary EgyptAir Express will operate 206 weekly flights on domestic sectors as well as to Beirut, Athens, Jeddah and Kuwait from regional airports in Egypt.
Source: Air Transport World (ATW)