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CAIRO 27 September 2020: The State-owned EgyptAir announced on Sunday that it resumed direct flights from Cairo to new five destinations worldwide to include Muscat in the Sultanate of Oman, the Jordanian capital Amman, Kigali in Rwanda, Johannesburg in South Africa, and Entebbe in Uganda.
In a statement, the company added that two flights per week will operate from the Cairo International airport to Muscat starting on October 8, adding two other weekly flights would head to Amman starting from October 4.
As of October 8, the company will operate one flight a week to Kigali and Johannesburg. Meanwhile, only one weekly flight to operate from Cairo to Entebbe starting from October 9, the statement added.
As yet, the number of the company’s world destinations increased to 47 stops, the statement noted. The company also stated that three directs flights per week from Alexandria to Dubai would be resumed on October 9.
On Saturday, September 26, 2020, EgyptAir operated 41 flights carrying about 5,100 passengers to 27 various destinations.