Articles Tagged ‘Egyptair’
EGYPTAIR now connects Cairo to N’Djamena with thrice-weekly flights until 25 October, using its 737-500s.
Africa’s fifth largest operator according to weekly seat capacity, Kenya Airways has been growing without interruption in recent years, recording 3.7 million passengers in 2013. As the SkyTeam member is now serving 48 countries in Africa, Europe, Middle East and Asia, anna.aero reveals Kenya Airways’ recent developments and its top 13 routes for this August.
Air Algérie is third largest airline in North Africa; Over 75% of capacity split between domestic and French markets
Not many airlines have a Lockheed L-100-30 Hercules as part of their active fleet. However North Africa’s Air Algérie still retains the services of the veteran cargo aircraft. anna.aero takes a closer look at the region’s third largest airline, and reveals its busiest routes and how capacity has changed in the last 12 months.
EGYPTAIR now links Luxor to Paris CDG with weekly flights utilising its A320s and A321s.
Ryanair’s passenger milestone at Bristol; Budapest welcomes EGYPTAIR’s 777; Glasgow Airport’s new award; more news from Monterrey, London City and Edinburgh Airports
A busy week for Network Planning Community News, including Ryanair celebrating 10 million passengers at Bristol Airport, Budapest Airport welcoming EGYPTAIR’s newest 777 and Glasgow Airport’s certificate awarded by Airports Council International. We also have news from Monterrey, London City and Edinburgh airports.
EGYPTAIR starts serving London Heathrow from Luxor in Egypt with weekly flights utilising 737-800s.
EGYPTAIR launches four weekly flights between its Cairo base and Jakarta in Indonesia, operated via Bangkok Suvarnabhumi.
Egyptair starts flying from Cairo Airport to Abidjan Airport via Accra Airport.
London Southend welcomes easyJet’s fourth based aircraft; Manchester Airport celebrates Egyptair’s arrival with Egyptian cake
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, anna.aero brings you the latest news from London Southend and Manchester airports.
Egyptair struggles to fully recover; launches four new destinations this week, including Manchester and Toronto
Egyptair’s slow recovery includes double-digit capacity growth in Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Italy and Germany, as well as new long-haul destinations like Osaka Kansai and Toronto Pearson.
Egyptair flies from its Cairo Airport base to Gassim Airport, Manchester Airport and Toronto Airport; extends its Dar es Salaam service to Harare Airport.
Egyptair returns on the route from Cairo to Osaka Kansai with twice-weekly services.