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Egypt Air – Flight and Travel Information
Established in 1932, Egyptair is one of the world's oldest airlines and currently operates over 555 flights a week. The airline serves more than 69 domestic and international destinations stretching across Asia, Europe, Africa and North America, offering a mix of long-haul and short flights.
Egyptair can offer British passengers convenient direct flights from London Heathrow to Luxor or to its hub airport at Cairo, with some relatively cheap flights available.
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For those wanting to save even more money, Egyptair operates a frequent flyer programme called Egyptair Plus, which allows passengers to earn reward points for international flights taken with the airline.
Bonus points can be earned on special occasions such as birthdays and weddings, and rewards can be exchanged for great privileges including free flights, extra baggage allowance and class upgrades.
At the time it began operating, Egyptair was the world's seventh airline and is described as one of the "pioneer" carriers. Nationalised during the Second World War, Egyptair today remains Egypt's national airline.
These days, the airline operates its flights using a fleet of modern and efficient Boeing and Airbus aircraft, including Airbus 321-200 aeroplanes and Boeing 777-200ER aeroplanes.Onboard its aircraft, too, Egyptair has been upgrading its facilities to respond to customer demand for a high quality travel experience.
Passengers flying with the airline can look forward to delicious meals on board Egyptair flights, as well as extremely comfortable seats.
In-flight entertainment is available in the form of a range of the latest movies, and passengers flying with first or business class can benefit from individual seat-back video screens.
Individual personal telephones are available in the seat armrest for first and business class passengers flying on A340 and B777 aircraft, while on B747 aircraft, passengers have the option of requesting a wireless telephone from a member of the cabin crew. Economy class passengers can also access wireless telephones from the cabin crew when flying on A340, B777 or B747 aeroplanes.
The airline provides special services for young travellers and those flying with babies and pets.
Carrycots are available for free on all flights and bulkhead seats can also be requested, while the airline will transport unaccompanied children aged between six and 12 at no additional charge.
Earlier this year the airline officially became the 21st member of the Star Alliance – a global network of carriers created to provide customers with a "smooth travel experience".
Egyptair celebrated its 76th anniversary earlier this year, with the launch of a new branding platform.