EgyptAir Group is considering acquiring either Embraer E-190 or Bombardier CSeries aircraft for EgyptAir Express (MSE) as the subsidiary prepares to take over some African routes currently operated by parent EgyptAir (MS) using Boeing 737-500s. MSE operates 12 smaller E-170LRs. MSE GM-planning Ehab Ghazy told the Airline Business Seminar (ABS) in Istanbul that the EgyptAir Group was studying both aircraft. MS operates four 737-500s in a 104-seat, two-class configuration, mainly working ...

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