“EgyptAir stressed that it is a national company that will remain owned by the state and cannot be abandoned in any way as it is one of the main arms of the state in the aviation transport system,” the center said in a statement.
The first group of Chinese tourists arrived in Cairo on Friday after a three-year hiatus caused by COVID-19.
China’s Ambassador to Cairo Liao Liqiang said direct flights between the Egyptian and Chinese airports will increase soon so that they return to the pre-pandemic levels.
The company also decided to increase direct flights between Moscow and Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada airports to reach 28 flights as of the beginning of next January, in coordination with tourism agents.
The first Egypt-Air flight that uses Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) arrived Saturday at Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport in Egypt, coming from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, with number of participants in the Climate Summit (COP27) on board.
EgyptAir is completing the equipment of its office in Tripoli, in preparation for the return of its regular flights to the Libyan city of Benghazi, besides the operation of some internal special flights.
However, the current flights are temporary.
EgyptAir announced Monday that it had passed the GHS Safety Test, which took place on July 3-7.
This issuance is to commemorate and document this occasion within the framework of the state's keenness to support the national institutions and document the historical events as well as the national projects.
The national company was established on May 7, 1932, to be the first operating airline in the Middle East and Africa and the seventh airline in the world.
The Egyptian Pilots Association said Friday it would take legal action to protect the reputation of the national cabin crew and pilots over malicious foreign reports on the EgyptAir Flight 804 crash in 2016.
Air Canada will start operating direct flights to the Cairo International Airport on Wednesday, May 4, after a 6-month hiatus due Coronavirus.
EgyptAir resumed on Monday its direct flights between Cairo and the Libyan city of Benghazi after an 11-year hiatus due to the deteriorating security situation.
Flag carrier EgyptAir will resume flights on Friday between Cairo and Moscow after weeks of hiatus in the wake of the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
Egypt's air flag carrier company said a statement Wednesday that the operation of the flights is part its keenness to boost its presence in Africa.
EgyptAir announced, Tuesday the resumption of its direct flights MS729 / MS730 between Cairo and Moscow as of April 15, with one flight a day.
The first EGYPTAIR flight MS863 took off from Cairo International Airport to Kinshasa , the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with the beginning of the operation of the new airline between the two countries, in continuation of the National Company's ambitious plan to expand its network to reach many significant points in Africa.
EgyptAir participates in 2 events on the establishment of a logistics area for air freight and partnership in maintenance and technical works
The diplomat noted that those will be flown back on the jets that will transport Ukrainian tourists from Egyptian resort towns to those same countries free of charge.
As per the decision, Egypt has so far transferred around 4,000 Ukrainian tourists to European states, Cabinet Spokesman Nader Saad said.