Egyptair Express will launch a new service between Sham El-Sheik and Luxor, with two weekly flights, starting on December 16th.
The new service will be operated on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The flight is scheduled to depart from Sharm El-Sheikh at 08:30, arriving at Luxor at 09:20 am, and the return flight is scheduled to depart at 18:55, arriving at Sharm El-Sheik at 19:45.
The flights will be operated with Embraer 170 aircraft.
Egyptair Express is a scheduled domestic and regional airline established in May 2006 and is a subsidiary of Egyptair Holding. It was launched to improve domestic services and compete in regional short-haul markets.
The company’s main base and major operations are at the Cairo International Airport with a smaller base in Alexandria (Nozha Airport). The fleet consists of 12 Embraer 170s. Its operation expands across 27 domestic and international routes covering 18 cities. The company’s future plan will focus on expanding domestic networks using Cairo International Airport as a domestic hub. The regional network will also expand to cover a number of southern European destinations.