When next summer's timetables are released in April 2012, EgyptAir Express expects capacity to return to the level operated prior to the start of civil unrest in Egypt last January, GM-Planning Ehab Ghazy told ATW recently on the sidelines of the Connectivity in Africa conference in Nairobi. The EgyptAir regional subsidiary suspended three routes during the height of the unrest and daily utilization of its Embraer 170s fell to just 4.6 block hr. "We normally operate our E-170s ...

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