FlyEgypt (Cairo) today (July 11) start a weekly charter flight from Zurich to Marsa Alam in Eqypt. The new Egyptian airline commenced charter operations on February 12, 2015 with a charter flight from Cairo to Jeddah. The airline has recently been operating charters to Europe, especially the Italian market.
The new airline describes its activities:
FlyEgypt is the first budget airline in Egypt, with a dream of putting destinations within people’s reach at affordable fares, enabling people to discover the world. FlyEgypt will start its operations as a single class charter operator; it is an equity-funded organization, backed by some of the major shareholders of the Talaat Mostafa Group (TMG).
Egypt, the cradle of civilization, with its tourist attractions and resorts, lacked a local airline that efficiently connects passengers to their destinations. FlyEgypt addresses this deficiency; it operates from and to under-served beautiful tourist attractions and resorts in Egypt. FlyEgypt is committed to offer safe, secure, viable and efficient air transport services.
FlyEgypt has employed the best available calibers in the industry through a very sophisticated hiring process. Our team is our major asset, with a deep commitment to deliver what we promise, with an intense focus on safety, efficiency and cost optimization.
Safety is our passion and core value, we work so all air passengers arrive safely at their destinations. We ensure this through proper training, work practices, risk management and adherence to safety regulations at all times.
Photo Above: FlyEgypt.
Copyright Photo: Andi Hiltl/AirlinersGallery.com. Formerly operated by Airberlin as D-ABBG, Boeing 737-86J SU-TMG (msn 32918) was handed over to the new airline on December 23, 2014.