Egyptair will add new flights in its weekly schedule with four flights from Thessaloniki to Cairo starting possibly next summer.
The Egyptian airline, linking Athens with Cairo for the past 60 years, flies twice a day between Athens Cairo and has two weekly flights between Athens and Alexandria. Egyptair held 42 charter flights between Santorini and Cairo during the summer.
Egyptair’s manager for Greece and Cyprus, Salah Taufi, told reporters that Egyptair plans to begin four weekly flights all year round from Thessaloniki to Cairo, probably starting from next summer, while it does not exclude seasonal flights from Cairo to Santorini and Mykonos for the 2018 summer season.
Egyptain carries around nine million passengers each year and owns a fleet of 76 aircraft.