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Egyptair Is About To Fly Beijing – Cairo Route With Boeing 787 Dreamliner

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EgyptAir’s new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner will be flying the return route from Beijing to Cairo this month. The 787-9 inaugural flight to China is scheduled to fly from Cairo to Beijing on August 18 and the first flight from Beijing to Cairo on August 20.

The Boeing 787-9 is the first new model launched by Boeing after the launch of the Boeing 777 program in the late 1990s, with many revolutionary innovations. Its core purpose is to create excellent business opportunities for airlines with leading-edge technologies and to actively improve the air travel experience. The Boeing 787-9 has unprecedented fuel efficiency and range flexibility, while creating a more comfortable flight for passengers, which is also known as the “dream passenger aircraft.”

EgyptAir’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner features a two-cabin layout with 30 business class seats and 279 economy class seats. The seat design also incorporates elements of Egyptair for a more comfortable ride.

Egyptair B787-9 Dreamliner

The business class seats feature a 1-2-1 layout with reverse herringbone business seats that cleverly utilizes cabin space. The 30 Super Diamond fully flat business class seats allow guests to enjoy a spacious and private cabin.

The economy class seats are in a 3-3-3 layout with a seat spacing of 31 inches. The slender design makes the journey more simple and comfortable.

To enhance the onboard experience, each seat in the 787-9 is equipped with a personal entertainment screen, the business class display is 18 inches, and the economy class display is 12 inches. The new entertainment system supports live TV and the operating system is smoother, bringing travellers a more diverse in-flight experience. The on-board WiFi can meet your business and communication needs throughout your flight.

With the advancement of the “Belt and Road Initiative”, China and Egypt have become increasingly close in various fields. More and more Chinese tourists have shown a clear interest in traveling to Egypt and Africa. By mid-August, Egypt will receive their sixth Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. This means that all six 787-9 Dreamliner that EgyptAir ordered from Boeing will be delivered then.

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  1. Emir Labdur

    August 6, 2019 at 6:42 pm

    Thanks for sharing that, they also announced flight with B787-9 earlier to Washington this year?

  2. screw MS

    August 6, 2019 at 10:15 pm

    Not flying with them

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Turkish Airlines Opens Daily Direct Flights To Bali

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Turkish Airlines recently on July 17, 2019, its official opening of a direct flight between Istanbul and the world-famous tourist destination Bali, Indonesia. The new route was carried out by the first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner that had just joined the Turkish Airlines fleet a few weeks ago. The first flight of the TK 066 was onboard with 250 passengers and the load factor was 84%.

Turkish Airlines has announced that up to 30 new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft will join the airlines’ young and fast-growing fleet over the next four years, and each will feature the carrier’s bespoke, all-new Business Class Cabins. The Turkish national flag carrier had placed 25 firm + 5 optional orders in last year for the 787-9 Dreamliner, which will be gradually added to its expanding fleet – the youngest in the world – between 2019 and 2023.

When talking about the new Istanbul-Bali route, Kerem Sarp, Turkish Airlines Senior Vice President Sales (2nd Region), said; “While our new generation aircrafts continuing to join our fleet, we feel highly encouraged to launch new direct flights to farther destinations in the world. By inagurating direct flights to Bali, our second destination in Indonesia, we keep strengthening our mission to reach all corners of the world.”

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Bali is the most popular holiday destination in Indonesia, attracting tourists and explorers from all over the world every year. The city welcomes visitors from all over the world with its exotic natural scenery, and it has many historical temples and palaces with rich cultural connotations. The volcanoes and rainforests of the hinterland will leave unforgettable memories for visitors, while the culture, exotic beauty and beaches of the heartland add to the charm.

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EVA Air To Open First New Route To Europe In Two Decades

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EVA Air will add Milan Malpensa to its network of destinations on February 18th 2020, becoming the first new route to be opened by the carrier in Europe in the last 20 years.

Star Alliance carrier EVA Air is to start a four-weekly service from Taipei Taoyuan to Milan Malpensa (MXP) next year.The carrier’s website has begun to accept bookings. With the addition of the newly delivered B787 Dreamliner aircrafts, EVA Air decided to open a direct flight between Taipei – Milan to expand its European market.

Milan will become the airline’s fifth destination in Europe alongside Amsterdam, London Heathrow, Paris CDG and Vienna.

“Adding a top-quality carrier like EVA Air to our airline roll call at Malpensa is a real coup for us,” said Andrea Tucci, VP aviation business development at SEA.

“To be selected as the carrier’s only destination in Italy, and one of just five in Europe, validates the growing attractiveness of the Milan brand abroad, thanks to a rich calendar of events and a dynamic economic environment.”

“We expect many travellers on the route to fly point-to-point between Taipei and Milan, but we also anticipate significant volumes of passengers and cargo transfer traffic on EVA Air’s network of 31 points in Asia, 18 in China and Brisbane in Australia,” he added.

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The only other link between Italy and Taipei is China Airlines’ three-weekly service to Rome Fiumicino, which has operated since 2016.

EVA Air has been strengthening its route network in Japan as well. In June and July, it opened Nagoya, Aomori, Matsuyama and other destinations, as the summer season began. Tokyo Narita increased to 2 departures per day, and Fukuoka increased from 1 to 12 per week. At the beginning of their winter season schedule, Okinawa will increase from 1 flight per day to 2 and Sendai will increase to daily flights too.

Although EVA Air has only been allocated two flights on the air rights of Milan, it has already coordinated with Italy and used the extended mode to reach the volume of 4 flights per week.

Liao Zhiwei,Deputy General Manager of EVA air admitted that EVA Air’s other planned European destination is indeed in Germany, and he won’t deny whether it is Munich, but the time slots and flight frequencies are yet to been determined.

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