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EgyptAir staff and flight crew load baggage in Rome

Posted 28 June 2013 · 1 Comment

The Egyptian minister of civil aviation, Wael el-Maadawy, is to honour EgyptAir B737-800 crew on Flight number MS791/792 to Rome for their stance during the strike of the ground handling staff at Leonardo Da Vinci Airport on June 20.

The minister said: “The decision to unload and load passage baggage aircraft themselves during the strike, which took three hours, avoided further flight delays back to Cairo.
 
“The distinguished performance of EgyptAir staff exceeded all expectations of our passengers during strike.”
 

 

 

1 Comment for EgyptAir staff and flight crew load baggage in Rome

ABDELATY M. KABEEL

posted 2 years ago

The distinguished performance of EgyptAir staff exceeded all expectations of our passengers during strike.” These are the true Egyptians. They set the example that nothing is impossible in front of true people.

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