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Egyptair Connects Athens to Tokyo via Cairo

Egyptair, the national carrier of Egypt, has launched a new service connecting Athens to Tokyo via Cairo.

The flight is currently conducted once a week, however the company intends to gradually increase the frequency.

Egyptair is offering passengers, who are traveling via Cairo to other destinations and will spend the night in the city, the option of an overnight stay at a five-star hotel.

For those who will stay in Cairo for six to ten hours, the airline is offering a free daily use of a five-star hotel room or a free guided tour to Cairo, the Nile river and the Pyramids. In case the tour cannot take place within the sites’ operating hours, the carrier is offering a free meal with a view to the Pyramids.

Furthermore, the airline is offering passengers the option of carrying two suitcases for free (23 kg each).

Egyptair has been flying to Greece for the past 60 years.

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