EgyptAir is one of the largest and most popular of the Egyptian airlines, and offers a good range of international and domestic flights. EgyptAir flies to 5 continents, including weekly flights to Bahrain, Casablanca, Switzerland, and daily flights to places like Scandinavia.
EgyptAir was established in 1932 and originally carried out commercial flights from Cairo to Alexandria. During the Second World War the Egyptian government took control of the airline and changed the name to Misr Airlines. In 1946 the name was changed again to MisrAir and in 1956 the airline was merged with Syrian Airlines to form “United Arab Airlines, (UAA). By 1968 the UAA had added the Boeing 707 model to its fleet and became the first Middle Eastern airline to operate on the longer international routes. In 1971 UAA split, and formed the new airline EgyptAir.
Today EgyptAir is one of the leading airlines in the Middle East and plays a pioneering role in both staff training and technical resources. EgyptAir operates more than 500 weekly flights, all of which offer a high standard of services, and maintains one of the most modern, comfortable and relaxing flight services currently available.
If you want to find out more about what services EgyptAir has to offer then visit their website at www.egyptair.com. There is also lots of helpful advice about travel advisories and regulations, and also immigration needs of particular countries so that you are up to date before you travel anywhere. EgyptAir also offers a number of special services such as in flight baby care and special meals for people with specific dietary requirements, and you can find out how to apply for these services on the ‘Travel Information’ section of the website.
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