Egyptian flag carrier EgyptAir has signed a memorandum of understanding with Ghana’s government to establish a Ghanaian national aviation company with investments from both countries.
As yet, the number of the company’s world destinations increased to 47 stops.
EgyptAir will operate on Sunday 41 flights to carry about 5,100 passengers to 27 various destinations.
The company will operate three flights to Dubai, in addition to two flights to Abu Dhabi, Jeddah, Riyadh, and Dammam.
As per a contract between EgyptAir and Airbus Group, Egypt would receive 12 airplanes of the same class.
A large pavilion has been allocated to Egypt; to display its cultural and civilizational products and tourism programs.
EgyptAir airlines will operate on Sunday 38 flights to carry 5,000 passengers to 24 destinations.
EgyptAir, the flagship carrier, is operating four exceptional flights to Saudi Arabia to return Egyptian nationals that were stranded amid suspended flights due to the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
It added that three flights will head to Dubai and two to Abu Dhabi.
Abdel Moez pointed out that Egypt is one of the few countries towhich Russiahas restored flights.
Egypt’s state-owned flag carrier EgyptAir announced resuming direct flights between Cairo and Accra in Ghana at a rate of two flights per week as of Thursday.
This comes in light of the plan of the company to gradually resume its international flights to several countries around the world.
EgyptAir said it will resume flights with Russia’s Aeroflot airlines, which have been suspended since March.
The agreement was aimed at increasing the presence of the two companies in new markets.
Ashraf Noweir, the authority's head, informed all airlines operating in the four airports that the decision will be effective as of Tuesday, September 1. The PCR test costs $30.
The decision is applicable as of Friday until further notice.
Egypt’s state-owned flag carrier EgyptAir announced Wednesday operating the first special flight of its new Airbus A320Neo to Taba Airport in South Sinai, carrying 200 passengers.
The move came during a meeting held on Monday between the two sides to discuss means of activating tourism to Egypt.
EgyptAir, the state-owned flag carrier, operated 38 international flights to different destinations carrying on board 4,000 passengers.
The national carrier will also operate three domestic flights to Aswan, Sharm El Sheikh, and Hurghada.