EgyptAir to begin flights to Hong Kong
Star Alliance member EgyptAir will operate flights to the Chinese City of Hong Kong starting September 17, the Chairman of the Airline, Captain Ahmed Adel announced Monday.
Captain Ahmed Adel said the national carrier aims to open new markets in one of the important international cities, noting that the Far East market is a promising one.
The new route between Cairo and Hong Kong will launch as a twice-weekly service on Mondays and Fridays with a stop over in Bangkok, he added.
“EgyptAir will fly its Airbus A330-300 aircraft on the route, which it configures with two classes”, he said.
EgyptAir offers up to 25 percent discount to its customers on the first flight to Hong Kong on all classes. Tickets are currently available till the date of the flight.
EgyptAir is a state-owned company, 100% owned by the Government of Egypt.