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EgyptAir to resume flights to over 29 destinations starting 1 July

Ahram Online , Thursday 25 Jun 2020
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EgyptAir announced on Thursday it will resume air traffic between Egyptian airports and more than 29 destinations starting 1 July.

According to the statement of the Egyptian flag carrier, air flights will resume to and from 17 destinations in Europe, four destinations in Africa, four destinations in the Gulf and Middle East, three destinations in North America and Guangzhou in China.

EgyptAir will operate flights during the first week of July to 13 cities in Europe (Amsterdam, Athens, Brussels, Budapest, Paris, Rome, Milan, London, Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Vienna, and Istanbul), three cities in Africa (Addis Ababa, Juba, and Tunisia), four cities in the Middle East (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and Beirut), and three destinations in North America (Washington, New York, and Toronto), said the statement.

Flights to Barcelona, Copenhagen, Geneva, and Madrid in Europe as well as to Dar as-Salam in Africa will be added within the next few weeks in addition to one point in the Far East to Guangzhou, China, as of 8 July, the statement read.

EgyptAir suspended international flights in late March to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Passengers can check the days of operation, book their tickets, check the travel regulations and safety precautions in addition to any changes to flight schedules on http://egyptair.com, the call centre, or through EgyptAir offices worldwide, the statement said. 

The flights will follow the instructions of safe distancing and necessary precautions to protect the travelers and ensure their safety.

Customers can check travel dates, book tickets, and check travel regulations of each country and safety precautions adoped by EgyptAir through the company's website http://egyptair.com, call center or through EGYPTAIR offices worldwide, the statement said.

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