Egyptair: Aircraft Fleet
Egyptair, the flag carrier airline of Egypt, has a diverse fleet of aircraft that allows it to operate flights to various destinations around the world. The airline has a total of 66 aircraft in its fleet.
The Egyptair fleet consists of different types of aircraft from various manufacturers. The airline has 29 Airbus planes, including 15 A320-200, 4 A321-200, 4 A330-200, 4 A330-300, and 2 A220-300. Additionally, the airline has 24 Boeing planes, including 6 B737-800, 6 B787-9, 6 B777-300ER, and 6 B737-800BCF. The remaining 13 aircraft are Embraer planes, including 6 E170 and 7 E190.
Recently, Egyptair has made significant deals to expand its fleet. In 2018, the airline signed a letter of intent with Bombardier to purchase up to 24 CS300 aircraft. However, the deal was later canceled, and the airline opted for Airbus A220-300 instead. In 2019, Egyptair also signed a deal with Boeing to purchase 6 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, which are expected to be delivered in 2021 and 2022.
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Egyptair's diverse fleet allows it to operate flights to various destinations around the world. The airline flies to over 70 destinations in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Check out the Egyptair Guide to get more details, including flights, destinations, aircraft fleet, and more.