An Egypt Air plane (Photo: Reuters)
EgyptAir Supplementary Industries has sealed a deal with an international expert house to help it attain a European accreditation certificate.
The deal is part of an EgyptAir strategy meant to expand services of affiliated companies, said board chairman of EgyptAir Holding Company Ahmed Adel in a statement Wednesday.
He added that it also aims to upgrade the quality of products and hone competitiveness on international and local markets.
Adel Mansour, board chairman of EgyptAir Supplementary Industries, said the agreement with the expert house has to do with the production of non-structural parts of aircraft cabins at the company's plastic factory.
This, he noted, should help increase revenues and profits, as well as the company's market share.
It is also hoped to enhance EgyptAir competitiveness on the international aviation market, Mansour added.