EgyptAir (MS) is considering replacing its Boeing 777 and Airbus A330 fleet between 2020-2025, MS chairman and CEO Hossam Kamal told ATW in Taipei last week. He said the airline is considering the 787 and the A350. “Our negotiation plan will be within the next two years,” he said. MS, which has 79 aircraft in operation, is also eyeing replacing its older A320s, possibly with the A320neo. “At a first stage we would need three to five aircraft, for stage number two, up ...

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