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EgyptAir Takes Delivery of First A330-300

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EgyptAir has taken delivery of its first Airbus A330-300.

The new A330-300 has 301 seats, of which 36 are in business class and 265 in economy class. All EgyptAir customers flying onboard the aircraft will be able to recharge their personal electronic devices thanks to plug sockets in every seat.

In business class passengers will be able to sleep on their 160ْ  Flat Beds, or indulge themselves in hundreds of entertainment options through the personal entertainment system screened on 15.4” screens.

The airline’s newest A330-300 provide wider economy class seats with a personal entertainment system in the back of every seat.

Capt Alaa Ashour the Chairman and CEO of EgyptAir, expressed his happiness with the new aircraft saying, “This aircraft is a good leap for EgyptAir as it provides inflight wireless internet and mobile services facilities ... Moreover, this aircraft will operate the daily non-stop morning flight between Cairo and London.”

Passengers flying onboard the new A330-300 will be able to make phone calls through their personal mobiles with the same international calls rate of their service providers, in addition to the ability of sending SMS and using the mobile internet service. Passengers can also make the most of the Wi-Fi service throughout their flight.

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