EgyptAir 737-800. EgyptAir said its business is returning to normal following massive flight cancellations during the nearly three weeks of civil unrest in Egypt that led to President Hosni Mubarak's resignation Feb. 11 (ATW Daily News, Feb. 1). MS Director-Corporate Communication Mohamed Rahma told ATW that Cairo International is “working normally.”  He added that load factors are recovering, with flights around 60%-65% filled this week, representing “a ...

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