EGYPTAIR operates new service to Juba, Southern Sudan

8th Dec 2011
EGYPTAIR operates new service to Juba, Southern Sudan

“As a part of the role played by EGYPTAIR to link the African continent with the world through Cairo hub, and in a continuation of the ambitious plans to encourage travel to/from Egypt, EGYPTAIR is scheduled to operate a new frequency to Juba in Southern Sudan starting 17th of December” Said Eng Hussein Massoud, EGYPTAIR HOLDING Chairman & CEO.

He added “By this, EGYPTAIR will be operating 4 weekly flights to Juba on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Thursdays”. Further, Massoud added “expanding network in Africa through inaugurating new routes and increasing frequencies to the current routes comes within EGYPTAIR strategy that aims at increasing the investments, economic development and providing more services in training, Maintenance, in-flight services and ground services in Africa, which is one of the fastest growing markets in the world.” Noteworthy, EGYPTAIR started operating to Juba in August 6th 2010 by two weekly flights.

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