EgyptAir to add one more Airbus A220-300

Cairo, Egypt - On Oct. 1st., EgyptAir has taken delivery of one more Airbus A220-300.

The aircraft with registration Su-GEY is the second aircraft from an order package of 12 Airbus A220-300, which was placed as part of the airline's strategic growth plan.

The remaining ten copies are expected to join the fleet until June 2020.

The Egyptian flag carrier will operate the aircraft on its domestic and regional routes. It's configured to accommodate 140 passengers in a single-class layout.

The aircraft is also outfitted with Wi-Fi Internet services and an In-Flight Entertainment System (IFE), including video streaming services.

EgyptAir is continuing to upgrade its fleet with modern jets. The operator already added six Boeing 787-9 to its long-haul fleet.

The Middle-Eastern carrier also has 15 Airbus A320neo on order waiting to be delivered.



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