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Egypt Air introduction

Egypt Air is the flag carrier for Egypt and one of the oldest airlines in the world. Based in Cairo, the airline's 75 destinations include the Middle East, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas. Domestic services are focused on Cairo and the airline is a member of the Star Alliance, giving passengers access to frequent flier miles and other benefits among the alliance members.

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