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FlyEgypt wet-leases A320 from AlMasria

Posted 15 May 2017 · Add Comment

FlyEgypt is currently wet-leasing an A320 SU-TCF from AlMasria Universal Airlines, reports ch-aviation.

Mohamed Hamed, AlMasria's commercial director, confirmed that the lease is for a period of one year. 

FlyEgypt signed a three-month wet-lease contract in December 2016 with Slovakian ACMI/Charter specialist Go2Sky for B737-800 OM-GTE which the Egyptian hybrid carrier has been using on flights between cities in Germany and Italy and the Red Sea resort town of Sharm el Sheikh. The aircraft is still on wet-lease to FlyEgypt.

As well as the two leased aircraft, FlyEgypt also operates two B737-800s on scheduled passenger flights from Alexandria Borg el Arab and Assiut in Egypt to Amman Queen Alia in Jordan and to Kuwait, and also Sohag in Egypt to Kuwait.

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