Sharjah flight marks Air Cairo’s anniv

With its 20-year legacy, Air Cairo marks a significant milestone with the inauguration of its new route connecting Cairo and Sharjah. The inaugural flight, coinciding with the airline’s 20th Anniversary, signifies a notable expansion in Air Cairo’s network. Hussein Sherif, Chairman and CEO, Air Cairo, expresses his honour in confirming the initiation of a new developmental phase for the airline.

TT Bureau

His Excellency Ali Salim Al Midfa, Chairman, Sharjah International Airport Authority, along with department managers and officials from Sharjah Airport, joined Air Cairo in commemorating the achievement. The ceremony acknowledged the collaborative efforts that brought the new route to fruition. Hussein Sherif, Chairman and CEO, Air Cairo, expressed his honour in confirming the initiation of a new developmental phase for the airline. This initiative aims to enhance operational efficiency, accommodate passenger movement, and open new horizons for Air Cairo.

Sherif said, “I would like to begin my speech by extending my warmest greetings and welcoming the distinguished guests, His Excellency Ali Salim Al Midfa, Chairman of Sharjah International Airport Authority, the department managers and officials of Sharjah Airport, and Air Cairo team, for their outstanding efforts in launching a new route between Cairo and Sharjah as an additional destination to our network, coinciding with the celebration of Air Cairo’s 20th Anniversary.”

Sherif further added, “As the Chairman and CEO of Air Cairo, I am honoured to confirm that a new phase of the company’s development has begun to enhance an advanced model to increase work efficiency, accommodate passenger movement and open new horizons. Despite the challenges facing the Arab region, we are confident and optimistic that joint efforts and continuous support will lead to achieving our goals, including expanding our network, opening new markets, maintaining customer satisfaction, and increasing tourism traffic to and from the Arab Republic of Egypt.”

Air Cairo has the youngest fleet in Africa and the Middle East, with an average age of five years for its aircraft, which operate from seven Egyptian airports, including Sohag, Asyut, Hurghada, and Borg El Arab.

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