EgyptAir
EgyptAir (Arabic: مصر للطيران, Miṣr liṭ-Ṭayarān) is the flag carrier airline of Egypt. The airline is based at Cairo International Airport, its main hub, operating scheduled passenger and freight serv...
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EgyptAir crash: Explosives found on victims, say investigators - BBC News
Traces of explosives were found on victims of an EgyptAir crash in May, investigators say.
Report: Ominous Graffiti Was Scribbled On The Bottom Of The Crashed EgyptAir Flight
Ominous graffiti reading "We will bring this plane down" in Arabic was written underneath the EgyptAir jet that crashed en route from Paris to Cairo on Thursday morning, The New York Times reported on...
Egyptair flight MS804 from Paris to Cairo disappears from radar – live updates
Airline says flight MS804, which took off from France’s Charles de Gaulle airport late on Wednesday night, has gone missing
Ben Innes in selfie with EgyptAir hijacker revealed to be Brit held hostage on plane
Ben Innes, 26, from Leeds. posed for the photo with Seif Eldin Mustafa, who hijacked EgyptAir MS181 enroute to Cairo and forced it to fly to Cyprus, while being held hostage on the passenger jet.
EgyptAir Flight 181: Passenger Claiming To Have Suicide Bomb Hijacks Plane To Cairo - Latest Updates
EgyptAir confirms its plane was hijacked en route from Alexandria to Cairo Airbus A320 carrying 56 passengers lands after request by pilots at Larnaca airport in Cyprus. Airline says at least one hija...
EgyptAir Flight 843
EgyptAir Flight 843 was a flight from Cairo International Airport to Tunis Airport. On 7 May 2002, the Boeing 737-566 on the route crashed near Tunis. Of the 6 crew members and 56 passengers, 3 crew m...
1973 EgyptAir Ilyushin Il-18 crash
EgyptAir Flight 741 was a flight between Cairo International Airport and the now-defunct Nicosia International Airport that crashed on 29 January 1973. All 37 people on board died. It was the fourth a...
1973 EgyptAir Ilyushin Il-18 crash - Wikipedia
United Arab Airlines Flight 869 (1963)
United Arab Airlines Flight 869 was an international scheduled passenger de Havilland Comet 4C flight from Tokyo, Japan to Cairo via Hong Kong, Bangkok, Bombay and Bahrain. On 28 July 1963 it was bein...
United Arab Airlines Flight 869 (1963) - Wikipedia
EgyptAir Flight 864
EgyptAir Flight 864 was a flight from Cairo International Airport to Don Mueang International Airport in Bangkok. On 25 December 1976, the Boeing 707 on the route crashed into an industrial complex in...
EgyptAir Flight 864 - Wikipedia
United Arab Airlines Flight 869 (1962)
United Arab Airlines Flight 869 was an international scheduled passenger de Havilland DH-106 Comet 4C flight from Hong Kong via Bangkok to Cairo. On July 19, 1962 at 13:30 UTC the plane departed from ...
United Arab Airlines Flight 869 (1962) - Wikipedia
EgyptAir Flight 648
EgyptAir Flight 648 was a Boeing 737-200 airliner, registered SU-AYH, hijacked on November 23, 1985 by the terrorist organization Abu Nidal. The subsequent raid on the aircraft by Egyptian troops resu...
EgyptAir Flight 763
EgyptAir Flight 763 was an international non-scheduled passenger flight from Cairo, Egypt to Aden, South Yemen. On 19 March 1972, the flight was a McDonnell Douglas DC9-32 registered in Yugoslavia as...
EgyptAir Flight 990
EgyptAir Flight 990 (MS990/MSR990) was a regularly scheduled flight from Los Angeles International Airport, United States, to Cairo International Airport, Egypt, with a stop at John F. Kennedy Interna...
EgyptAir Flight 990 - Wikipedia
Air Sinai
Air Sinai (Arabic: سيناء للطيران‎ Sīna' lil-Ṭayyarān) is an airline based in Cairo, Egypt. It operates as a 'paper-airline' for parent company EgyptAir under a "wet lease"-like agreement.
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Achille Lauro hijacking
On October 7, 1985, four men representing the Palestine Liberation Front (PLF) hijacked the Italian MS Achille Lauro liner off the coast of Egypt, as she was sailing from Alexandria to Ashdod, Israel....
Achille Lauro hijacking - Wikipedia
EgyptAir Express
EgyptAir Express is a regional airline based in Cairo, Egypt. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of the state-owned EgyptAir, established in 2006 to offer passengers increased frequencies on domestic an...
EgyptAir Express - Wikipedia
EgyptAir Cargo
EgyptAir Cargo is the cargo division of the Egyptian national airline EgyptAir; it operates using both its own dedicated aircraft and the cargo-carrying capacity of its sister passenger airline. Its ...
EgyptAir Cargo - Wikipedia
EgyptAir destinations
This is a list of destinations that EgyptAir flies to, as of September 2013, the list includes terminated destinations some of which were operated as Misr Airwork, Misr Airlines, Misr Air and United A...