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EgyptAir puts the New Suez Canal's logo on its aircraft

Posted 28 July 2015 · Add Comment

EgyptAir has put the New Suez Canal's logo on a number of its aircraft to celebrate the inauguration of the canal.

EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering puts the logo on the front of the aircraft. This is a part of the marketing activities of the canal inauguration that the company does as the official carrier of the opening ceremony.

 

Capt. Sameh el-Hefny, chairman and CEO of  EgyptAir Holding Company said: “There is a daily coordination with different governmental institutions in order to hold the inauguration ceremony in a way that befits the status of a great country like Egypt.”

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