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EgyptAir offers 50% discounts for business class on most international flights

EgypAir also said it extended its codeshare agreement with Chicago-based United Airlines, allowing its customers in the US to book flights to the states of Boston, San Francesco, Los Angeles and Chicago

Ahram Online , Tuesday 17 Sep 2019
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File Photo: EgyptAir's last B787-9 Dreamliner arrives i Cairo, August 2019. (Photo Courtesy of EgyptAir Media)
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Egypt's national airline EgyptAir said on Tuesday that it is offering discounts of up to 50 percent for business class seats on most of its international flights from the capital Cairo.

The discounts are effective as of Tuesday and will be in place for a limited period, EgyptAir said in a statement.

The discounted flights feature Super Diamond Full Flat Bed seats on the Boeing Dreamliner 787-9 aircraft and Full Flat Bed on both the Boeing 777-300ER and Airbus A330-300, the airline said.

On Monday, EgypAir said it had extended its codeshare agreement with Chicago-based United Airlines, allowing its customers in the US to book flights to the states of Boston, San Francesco, Los Angeles and Chicago through Washington D.C.

EgyptAir launched direct flights to Washington D.C. in June that operate three times a week.

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