EgyptAir Cargo to expand scheduled flights in Africa, Middle East and Asia

EgyptAir Cargo is expanding its scheduled freighter operations in the Middle East, Africa and Asia following the delivery of its second A330-200P2F.
In the Middle East, the airline will add flights to Dammam, Riyadh, Kuwait and Amman. In Africa, flights will be added to OR Tambo, Accra and Kano. Meanwhile, in Asia a flight to Mumbai will be added.
A company spokesman said the regular flights would begin on March 1 and come in addition to its existing flights to Europe (Ostend, Cologne, Malpensa) and the Middle East and Africa (Beirut, N’Djamena and Lagos).
Earlier this week, the carrier took re-delivery of its second A330 freighter from EFW, with a third in the process of being converted.
It also operates a single A300-600F, although this may be replaced when its third A330 arrives.

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