EgyptAir, the national carrier of Egypt and a member of Star Alliance, is proud to announce that it has connected Cairo with Delhi. This will help to promote tourism and travel, as well as continue plans for development, modernization, and network expansion. In accordance with the Ministry of Civil Aviation’s directions to connect the Arab Republic of Egypt with numerous nations across the world through Hub Cairo, EgyptAir has opened new routes and expanded its network.
In order to better service its expanding international client base EgyptAir has expanded its network to include Dhaka in Bangladesh, New Jersey in North America, and Manchester in England. The airline will operate four weekly flights on the Cairo-Delhi route using the cutting-edge A320neo, which features two cabin services with 16 seats in business class and 126 seats in economy. On Fridays and Sundays, MS973 is scheduled to depart Cairo at 11:40 and arrive in Delhi at 20:45; on Thursdays and Saturdays, MS975 will leave Cairo at 23:50 and arrive in Delhi at 8:55 the following morning.