EgyptAir Orders Two 777-300ERs

BOEING and EgyptAir announced an order for two 777-300ER jetliners, as part of the airline’s twin-aisle fleet upgrade for its long-haul service. The order is worth US$529 million at current list prices.

“The notable fuel efficiency of Boeing’s 777, combined with the airplane’s extensive range and large cargo capacity, is something EgyptAir values highly in this competitive environment,” said Captain Tawfik Assy, chairman of EgyptAir Holding company. “As a new member of the Star Alliance, we look forward to increasing our connectivity across the globe and bringing our passengers the utmost in cabin comfort and service with a dynamic new business class layout that will debut on the 777-300ER.”

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