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Topic: Egyptair And Egyptair Express To Order New Planes
Username: SOBHI51
Posted 2007-11-10 08:05:49 and read 4378 times.

According to minister of aviation in Egypt Mr. Ahmed Shaffic the actual number of planes today is 49 will be 66 in 2010 and 75 in 2013.He did not elaborate on type of planes.
Also Mr.Atef abdel Hamid i think he is CEO of Egyptair,declared that due to the big success of Egyptair Express and the passengers satisfaction with the Embraer 170 it was decided to buy 6 more.

Source Almessa newspaper

Topic: RE: Egyptair And Egyptair Express To Order New Planes
Username: 777ER
Posted 2007-11-10 17:04:55 and read 4128 times.

Is there a link to the article?

Topic: RE: Egyptair And Egyptair Express To Order New Planes
Username: SOBHI51
Posted 2007-11-10 19:58:00 and read 4043 times.

Quoting 777ER (Reply 1):
Is there a link to the article?

In Arabic (http://www.almessa.net.eg/)
And under aviation X aviation

Topic: RE: Egyptair And Egyptair Express To Order New Planes
Username: MSYYZ
Posted 2007-11-11 07:40:15 and read 3833 times.

Quoting SOBHI51 (Thread starter):
Egyptair Express and the passengers satisfaction with the Embraer 170 it was decided to buy 6 more.

Hi SOBHI , I believe this 6 E-Jets are the options that Egyptair Express had . They are expected to convert the options to the larger E-195 from the current E-170 . Egyptair Express will eventually operate a fleet of 6 E-170 and 6 E-195 .

Topic: RE: Egyptair And Egyptair Express To Order New Planes
Username: SOBHI51
Posted 2007-11-11 21:21:07 and read 3609 times.

Quoting MSYYZ (Reply 3):
Hi SOBHI , I believe this 6 E-Jets are the options that Egyptair Express had . They are expected to convert the options to the larger E-195 from the current E-170 . Egyptair Express will eventually operate a fleet of 6 E-170 and 6 E-195 .

I could be wrong(nothing new) but the newspaper mentionned the E-170


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