State-owned carrier EgyptAir to increase flights in summer 2020
Egypt’s state-owned flag carrier airline EgyptAir announced on Monday it will increase the number of flights to several destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, and the Middle East in the summer of 2020.
The move is a part of the company’s efforts to enhance services offered to passengers, said Chairman of EgyptAir Airlines Ashraf El-Kholy.
The flights of the flagship carrier to Washington are scheduled to increase from three to four flights per week, and to Toronto from six to seven
For Europe, flights will be raised from 14 to 21 per week, increasing from six to seven to Vienna, and from five to six to Berlin.
The number of weekly flights operated by EgyptAir to Moscow will increase from three to four.
Weekly flights to African countries will increase from 17 to 20. EgyptAir will fly three weekly trips, instead of two, to Juba, and 11 instead of five to Lagos.
The number of weekly flights to Kuwait will increase from 28 to 42. The airline will operate 28 weekly flights to Dubai.
EgyptAir’s weekly flights to Mumbai will increase to five, and to Tokyo to three.