Etihad & EgyptAir sign MoU to extend codeshare

Enhanced connectivity in Egypt & UAE, beyond Cairo into Africa & beyond Abu Dhabi into Asia
2024-06-14
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Etihad & EgyptAir sign MoU to extend codeshare
Etihad & EgyptAir sign MoU to extend codeshare

The existing codeshare agreement gives customers of both airlines enhanced connectivity to destinations across each other’s networks

Etihad Airways and EgyptAir have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that paves the way for extended codeshares and frequent flyer cooperation between the two airlines.
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Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, and the national carrier of Egypt, Egyptair, have signed a MoU to enhance commercial and operational ties to provide travellers with wider choices, higher quality services and increased value.

According to a press statement by Etihad, the existing codeshare agreement gives customers of both airlines enhanced connectivity to destinations across each other’s networks, between Egypt and the UAE as well beyond Cairo into Africa and beyond Abu Dhabi into Asia.

The agreement enables guests to book their entire journey on a single ticket and have their baggage checked through seamlessly to their end destination, Etihad says.

It adds that this MoU will see codeshares between the two airlines extended, giving one-stop access for Egyptair travellers to more of Etihad’s network in addition to several destinations in Asia and Australia that already exist.

Antonoaldo Neves

Antonoaldo Neves

Equally it gives Etihad customers seamless access to further destinations on Egyptair Network, on top of the routes already in scope.

“This agreement will help further deepen our codeshare with Egyptair opening up seamless travel for guests of both airlines across our networks. It also lays the tracks for co-operation across both our frequent flyer programs and will enable us to explore collaboration on joint-marketing campaigns and promotions designed to stimulate and reward our customers,” says Antonoaldo Neves, Chief Executive Officer of Etihad Airways.

Yehia Zakaria

Yehia Zakaria

“This MoU strengthens our strategic partnership with Etihad Airways, and underscores our commitment to providing our valued customers with a seamless travel experience and access to a wider network. I am confident that this partnership with Etihad Airways will not only benefit our passengers but also foster a stronger relationship between Egypt and United Arab Emirates. We look forward to a successful collaboration, soaring to new heights together,” says Yehia Zakaria, Chairman and CEO at Egyptair.

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