Egyptair resumes services from Cairo to Osaka Kansai

In celebration of Egyptair’s return on the route to Osaka Kansai, Egyptian tourism minister, Hisham Zaazou, was handing out flowers to travellers from Japan in Cairo.

In celebration of Egyptair’s return on the route to Osaka Kansai, Egyptian tourism minister, Hisham Zaazou, was handing out flowers to travellers from Japan in Cairo.

  • Egyptair returned on the 9,300-kilometre route from Cairo (CAI) to the Japanese destination of Osaka Kansai (KIX), which it served previously, but saw itself forced to suspend in January 2011 following the outbreak of political unrest in Egypt. Beginning on 1 December, twice-weekly services are offered on the route, which the airline will operate using A340-200s. Osaka is Egyptair’s second Japanese destination, whereby the Egyptian carrier also flies thrice-weekly to Tokyo Narita.

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