Egypt’s KATO Investment has ordered six MC-21s with four options from Russia’s Irkut Corp. for its subsidiary Cairo Aviation at the Dubai Air Show. The two companies may also establish a regional MC-21 MRO center at Al Alamain International Airport, which is located 184 km from Cairo. Russia’s United Aircraft Corp. said in a statement that KATO Investment is ready to rent the space to the aircraft manufacturer for free. The charter carrier, Cairo Aviation, operates three ...

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