Air Arabia Egypt Announces New Cairo-Istanbul Flights

Air Arabia Egypt Announces New Cairo-Istanbul Flights
Aktug Ates (GFDL 1.2 or GFDL 1.2 ), via Wikimedia Commons

Last week, Air Arabia Egypt announced plans to launch new flights between Cairo and Istanbul, as growth continues.

The overall group continues to add more and more services across the Middle East and beyond through continued fruitful growth.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Air Arabia Egypt Announces New Cairo-Istanbul Flights…

Air Arabia Egypt Announces New Cairo-Istanbul Flights
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The scheduling for the new flights with Air Arabia Egypt from Cairo to Istanbul is as follows, courtesy of their website:

E5 987Cairo11:10Istanbul14:25Airbus 320Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday
E5 988Istanbul15:20Cairo16:30Airbus 320Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday

Commenting on the new flights was Air Arabia CEO Adel Al Ali:

“We are glad to introduce our new non-stop flights from Cairo to Istanbul, marking another significant milestone for Air Arabia Egypt.”

“This expansion aligns with our commitment to providing seamless travel options to our passengers.”

“The three weekly flights between Cairo International Airport and Sabiha Gökçen International Airport will not only strengthen connectivity but also cater to the growing demand for travel between the two cities”.

The Egyptian subsidiary to the airline currently operates to a total of 16 destinations from it’s two bases of Cairo & Alexandria.

After the addition of flights to Istanbul, launching on April 2, this destination joins the following list in the route network:

  • Sharjah
  • Bergamo
  • Muscat
  • Bahrain
  • Dammam
  • Gassim
  • Amman
  • Jeddah
  • Riyadh
  • Tabuk
  • Taif
  • Aljouf
  • Hail
  • Abha
  • Jizan

All eyes will be on how these new flights to Istanbul will perform with Air Arabia Egypt, as well as whether there is further scope to expand such flights from Cairo going into the future.

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