EgyptAir orders two Boeing aircraft

09 September 2008

EgyptAir has ordered two new Boeing 777-300ER airliners in a deal worth $529m at list prices, Meed has reported. The carrier will receive the first of the long-haul aircraft on lease in January 2010, with the other plane to be delivered later that year. The airline also has options on a further two of the US manufacturer's long-range carriers, which if exercised, would see these planes delivered in 2010.

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