EgyptAir has added more than 50 weekly flights to several Saudi Arabian destinations this summer, which will boost the number of weekly flights to 200. EgyptAir chairman and CEO Hisham El-Nahas said the routes with added frequencies are Jeddah, Riydah, Madina and Damam. The increase includes using widebody aircraft on some routes. Egyptair serves six destinations in Saudi Arabia, operating 84X-weekly flights to Jeddah, 42X-weekly to Madina, 7X-weekly to Ahbha and Al Qassim, and 35X-weekly ...

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