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Egyptair Offers up to 35 Pct Discount on Tickets from Athens, Larnaca

May 18, 2018
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Egyptair is offering a 20 percent discount on flights from Athens to Cairo, Athens to Alexandria and Larnaca to Cairo. It is also offering an even greater discount of 35 pct on Egyptair flights from Athens and Larnaca to all destinations, provided they include a stopover in Cairo.

The special discounts are available for a limited time in both economy and business class, for flights departing between May 17 and June 30 that are booked by May 31.

Egypt’s national aircarrier will offer free accommodation to passengers that spend the night in Cairo and either free use of a hotel room or a free tour of the Nile, Cairo and the Pyramids for those making a stopover of six to ten hours, as well as a free allowance of two pieces of luggage (23kg each).

More information is available on www.egyptair.com.

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