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Egyptair signs up for two A320s

Posted 29 November 2016 · Add Comment

The chairman and chief executive officer of EgyptAir Cargo, Bassem Gohar, has confirmed the freight specialist is planning to convert two A320-200s into freighters, reports ch-aviation.

Gohar said the aircraft are part of an order for five freighters, of which three are A330-200(F)s.  The widebody freighters are also P2F conversions with the first airframe due to arrive at Cairo Int'l in February of next year.

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