EasyJet will restart its charter flights to Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada airports starting from September, according to Ashraf Noweir, Head of the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority.
Based in the UK, the low-cost airline is the second largest airline in Europe.
“This crucial step is an effective indicator of the regularity and return of air traffic to normal again with European countries, especially after the recent effects of the new coronavirus on the aviation sector,” Noweir said.
Noweir said that EasyJet will operate two flights weekly, on Sunday and Tuesday, to Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport from Manchester in September. Sharm El-Sheikh Airport will …read more
Source:: Daily News Egypt