EGYPTAIR Airlines

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EGYPTAIR is one of the pioneer airlines in the world, established in May 1932 to become the seventh carrier in the world.


During the Second World War, the Egyptian Government took over the airline and changed its name to Misr Airlines.

In 1946, the name was changed again to MisrAir and 10 Beach crafts were purchased adding the American technology to the fleet. MisrAir bought 10 Vickers Vikings and the following year put into service a French Aircraft, the Languedoc.

In 1956, MisrAir got merged with Syrian Airlines forming a new identity "United Arab Airlines-UAA".

In 1969, EGYPTAIR became the first Airline in the Middle East to fly Boeing 707s.

In 1971, MisrAir and Syrian Airlines split resulting in a new identity "EGYPTAIR".

On July 17th 2008, EGYPTAIR, have joined the Star Alliance network, the largest airline alliance in the world, to offer its customers better flight connections and more comfortable travel. EGYPTAIR’s membership to the Star Alliance network is unique in that it is the only airline based in North Africa and Middle East part of the network.

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EGYPTAIR Airlines
EGYPTAIR Holding Company Admin complex
Airport Road, Cairo
Egypt

Telephone: 
Land line 090070000 / Mobile 1717

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