FILE- Egypt and EgyptAir flags are seen in front of an EgyptAir in-flight service building - Reuters FILE- Egypt and EgyptAir flags are seen in front of an EgyptAir in-flight service building - Reuters

Heads of Egypt’s state-owned aviation companies reshuffled

Thu, Jun. 28, 2018
CAIRO - 28 June 2018: Newly-appointed Minister of Civil Aviation Younis al-Masry has changed the head of the ministry-affiliated companies on Thursday.


Pilot Ahmed Adel was appointed as the head of the state-owned EgyptAir on Thursday to be a successor to Safwat Mosalam. Adel was Airbus A340 Pilot and served as the Vice-President of Egyptair since 2013. In 2010, he was appointed as the head of Aviation Operation Sector at the EgyptAir Aviation Services.


Also, the Minister of Aviation appointed Tareq Fawzy as the head of the Egyptian Airports Company, and Ahmed Fawzy Abdel-Azeem as the chairperson of Board of Directors of the Cairo Airport Company.


Lieutenant General Younis al-Masry, 59, former leader of the Egyptian Air Force, took the oath before President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi as the civil aviation minister on June 14, to succeed Sherif Fathy.



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