EgyptAir has taken delivery of another Airbus A220-300, taking the total fleet of 11 A220, the highest in Africa. The aircraft is part of the airline’s fleet modernisation plan by the North African carrier. The airline released the statement below:
“The 11th A220-300 aircraft, which Egypt Air received from the Airbus International factory in Quebec City, Canada, just arrived at Cairo International Airport from a total of 12 aircraft, contracted by the company of the same model to join the national fleet this year respectively as part of Egypt Air’s plans to modernize and develop all its fleet aircraft with one-aisle in cooperation with Airbus International.
The EgyptAir A220-300 offers a 140-passenger seat capacity, on-board internet services, and superior customer comfort, with its large windows in each row of seats where there is greater natural light for each passenger, and full-colour LED lights also enhance passenger welfare.”
Meanwhile, EgyptAir has announced plans to resume flights to three African cities namely, Johannesburg in South Africa, Entebbe in Uganda and Kigali in Rwanda. Both Entebbe and Kigali will be served weekly and Johannesburg on a twice weekly frequency.
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