EgyptAir operates its first flights to Budapest with newly joined A220-300 plane

CAIRO, Oct 7 (MENA) – EgyptAir announced the operation of its first flights between Cairo and Budapest with its latest planes of the A220-300 Airbus type, as four flights will be plying the air route every week.
In a statement released on Monday, the national carrier said the operation comes in light of the strategies adopted by the company to develop services presented to its customers worldwide.
Egyptair’s A220-300 is configured in a two-class cabin layout of a total of 140 seats which are split into 15 premium economy and 125 economy class seats.
The A220’s widebody cabin and unbeatable fuel efficiency offers passengers a greater level of comfort and space, whilst also providing the airline with lower operating costs.