EgyptAir 737-800. Photo: Courtesy, EgyptAir. EgyptAir reportedly has sent aircraft leasing proposals to Aviation Capital Group, GECAS and fellow members of the Star Alliance as it attempts to cope with severe drops in inbound passenger demand following the recent civil protests that led to the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak (ATW Daily News, Feb. 16). The airline did not provide details on the aircraft or prices involved but, according to multiple press reports, it is seeking ...

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