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EgyptAir and LOT begin codeshare between Cairo and Warsaw

Posted 18 November 2017 · Add Comment

EgyptAir and LOT Polish Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement for passengers flying between Warsaw and Cairo. Due to this cooperation, both airlines customers will take advantage of convenient connections on LO and MS codes via Budapest and Milan.


“EgyptAir strategy includes adding new routes to the network through our Star Alliance partner airlines,” said Captain Sherif Ezzat, “EgyptAir Airlines Chairman & CEO (pictured back).

“The new agreement gives our customers a seamless access between Warsaw and Cairo connecting to Egypt’s leisure destinations and to “EgyptAir network in Africa. It also gives our customers greater access to LOT’s network in North Europe.”
 

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