Tuesday, April 11, 2017

AlMasria to launch Belgrade service

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Egypt's AlMasria Universal Airlines will launch seasonal services from Hurghada to Belgrade this summer. The airline will maintain two weekly flights between the two, each Wednesday and Sunday, starting June 18 until the end of the summer season with its Airbus A320 aircraft. It will compete directly against Air Cairo which operates year-long flights on the route, three times per week. Further flight details for AlMasria's new service to Belgrade can be found here.

7 comments:

  1. Is this a LCC, legacy airline doing charter routes.

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  2. I don't see the point of having 2 airlines for the same destination.

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    1. Why not if the market is there? Obviously the number of Serbs heading to Egypt is growing and since ASL won't operate any charters the Egyptians are stepping in.

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  3. Awesome news! Always good to see some more exotic birds at BEG.

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  4. I can't see possibility to buy tickets on their website? Will it be charter route or maybe codeshare with AirCairo?

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    1. It is being sold by tour operators.

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