Air Arabia Egypt launches daily bus service between Alexandria and Cairo
In response to passenger demand, Air Arabia Egypt announced today that it has launched a daily bus service between Egypt's two largest cities, Alexandria and Cairo. The new service is aimed to greatly enhance convenience for passengers visiting Egypt for business or leisure.
From its hub in Alexandria, Air Arabia Egypt flies to five destinations including Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Amman, Kuwait, and Khartoum. The daily bus service will shuttle passengers between the area of Lebanon Square in Cairo, Egypt's capital city, and Alexandria's Burj Al Arab Airport, serving all Air Arabia Egypt arrivals and departures. The service will be available from December 20, 2010, and will cost EGP 50 for a one way ticket.
Air Arabia Egypt only flies new Airbus A320 aircraft, and offers all economy class passengers an average seat pitch of 32 inches, as well as all inclusive free baggage allowance. Food and beverages can be purchased during the flight. The carrier offers customers comfort, reliability, and value-for-money air travel.
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