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MOT succeeded in ending all entitlements of foreign companies for the previous flight incentive programmes.
The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC), the official Russian aviation authority, said in a statement Monday that the crash of the Russian Metrojet aircraft in Egypt last year occurred due to an internal factor, according to the analysis and examination of the wreckage. The IAC determined that the outer shell of the aircraft had undergone “high …
China has set up a state-owned jet engine conglomerate in a push to develop home-grown, high-tech businesses that are able to compete against international rivals in the lucrative aerospace market.
Pilots André Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard circled the aircraft over the pyramids before landing at Cairo International Airport
The world’s biggest air show is due to start in England on Monday amid pressure on the industry’s leaders to juggle growing concerns over jetliner demand and record production plans.
Siemens will set up next47 as a separate unit for startups to foster ideas and accelerate development of new technologies
Debt increased due to the suspension of payment of the entire value of fuel acquired, in addition to monthly instalments
500 flight hours are provided per person to qualify them to work for international aviation companies
The EU executive has unveiled a new strategy aimed at making it a “leading player in international aviation”. The initiative comes amid fierce competition from Gulf airlines, which critics call ‘unfair’
The aeroplane is entirely powered by solar energy, and has started its first-ever 35,000 km journey around the world in March
Official opening will be in March 2016, airport capacities are being expanded to promote tourism
Unemployed pilots in Egypt escalate their demands of finding job opportunities, holding officials accountable for corruption
The “Fast Travel” programme allows passengers to perform their travel arrangements via self-service channels
Private companies are prevents from operating flights from Cairo International Airport
Egypt Air studies the possibility of a merger to compensate losses of past years
Ministry of Civil Aviation issues report 11 months after the crash
Civil Aviation Minister Abdel Aziz Fadel stated that this move comes alongside efforts to further develop EgyptAir’s aircraft fleet.
Events stemming from the fallout of the protests and sit-ins held by supporters of former president Mohamed Morsi near the Rabaa Al-Adaweya Mosque and in Al-Nahda square, have postponed the project being brought before the cabinet and the Ministry of Investment.
El-Madaawy added that passenger traffic at airports throughout Egypt had recently increased 10%, and that so far
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Hurghada Airport to receive EGP 1.6bn renovation grant, plans to increase passenger capacity to 13.5 million travellers annually
Gamal and Alaa Mubarak remain in jail
Ministry of Aviation says Cairo International Airport’s Terminal 3 will partially close down in June to save power
Media reports circulate that Aviation Minister claimed Cairo airport will close runways over summer to save power
High economic costs, lengthy security processes, and low demand are the reasons for the move
The former presidential candidate is accused of profiteering, forging official documents, and seizing public funds
Mubarak’s last prime minister charged alongside Mubarak’s two sons, Gamal and Alaa Mubarak
British royal a high value target during four-month tour in Afghanistan
Though supposedly on hold, air stewards’ strike is still impacting Cairo International airport activities
By Jeffrey Johnson Over the past decade, the Middle East has consistently been in the aviation industry’s spotlight as countries in the region invested heavily in passenger airplanes for their airlines, some of which are amongst the largest and fastest growing in the world, and state-of-the art equipment for their defence forces. In recent times, …