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Terminal changes for six of EgyptAir's routes at Cairo International Airport

Posted 23 April 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir is to move six of its flight operations from terminal two (TB2) instead of Terminal three (TB3) at Cairo International Airport (CAI), while the arrival flights from the same points will be landing at TB3 as usual.

 

The six destinations are: 

Rome flights number MS791-MS793

Milan flights number MS703-MS705

Budapest flight number MS 751

Vienna flights number MS797 

The transfer of these flights aims at easing the congestion of TB3 operations.

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