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EgyptAir launches new pricing policy

Posted 5 May 2015 · Add Comment

EgyptAir has recently launched a new pricing policy on all flights to/from Europe, through which the passengers will enjoy special ticket prices.

Capt. Hesham El-Nahas, chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Airlines, said: “El-Nahas added: “EGYPTAIR passengers will enjoy this new policy, on carrying a 23-kilogram luggage and a carry on weighing up to 8kg in addition to many other offers.” 

This new policy, which coincides with EgyptAir 83rd anniversary, is applied to passengers travelling to Europe with one bag only in a bid to boost air traffic from/to the Arab Republic of Egypt.

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