EgyptAir announced, on Sunday, that it is going to resume flights between Cairo and Algeria, starting from February 6.
In a statement, the company revealed that two flights will be organized weekly on Thursdays and Sundays of each week. It also noted that the flight bears the number MS845, and MS846 for the return.
On Saturday, EgyptAir operated Africa’s first “green flight”, provided with all environmentally friendly products and services.
The plane, chaired by Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar and 219 passengers on board, kicked off from Cairo International Airport to Paris.
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight No. “MS 799” coincides with the celebration of the 92nd National Day of Egyptian Civil Aviation, which falls on January 26 of each year.
On his part, Manar asserted that the ministry’s strategy in the field of environment comes from the political leadership that directs great importance to the environment and confronting the effects of climate change to accomplish Egypt’s vision 2030.