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EgyptAir resumes direct flights between Cairo and Dusseldorf

Posted 18 March 2021 · Add Comment

EgyptAir will operate three weekly direct flights between Cairo and the German city of Dusseldorf from July 2, 2021.

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Roshdi Zakaria, EgyptAir Holding company chairman & CEO said: “EgyptAir has developed an ambitious plan to operate its flights to cities with high air traffic rates and connect them EgyptAir network points beyond Cairo. As we hope that the up-coming period will witness the resumption of operation of the rest of the network destinations that were suspended due to the pandemic. We are looking forward to open new routes. and given the importance of the link between Egypt and Germany.”

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