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AACO chairman visits EgyptAir headquarters

Posted 20 April 2021 · Add Comment

Abdel Wahab Tuffaha, secretary general of Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) has visited the headquarters of EgyptAir.

 

Abdel Wahab Tuffaha, secretary general of Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) this weel visited the  headquarters of EgyptAir.  Image:  EgyptAir

Tuffaha was welcomed by Amr Abuelenein, EgyptAir Holding chairman where they discussed the challenges that the aviation sector faces worldwide and methods of cooperation between Arab airliners, service providers and airports to overcome the current crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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