EGYPTAIR planned 787-9 operations update as of 27FEB19

EGYPTAIR in the last few days filed additional changes to its planned Boeing 787-9 operation, which also includes the delay of inaugural by 1 day. As of 27FEB19, planned 787-9 service as follows.

Cairo – Abu Dhabi 787-9 to operate on selected flights from 05SEP19 to 07SEP19
Cairo – Dammam 05JUN19 – 26JUN19 787-9 to operate this route once a week
Cairo – Dubai Additional revision to planned 787-9 frequency:
01MAY19 – 29MAY19 6 weekly
30MAY19 – 30JUN19 10 weekly
01JUL19 – 31JUL19 4 weekly
01AUG19 – 26OCT19 12 weekly

Cairo – Frankfurt
02MAY19 – 31JUL19 Day x23 operated by 787-9, replacing A330-300
eff 01AUG19 787-9 operates Daily, replacing A330-300

Cairo – Kuwait City 01APR19 – 31MAY19 Up to 14 weekly (Previously scheduled from 31MAR19)
Cairo – Riyadh 787-9 to operate once a week during following period: 05JUN!9 – 26JUN19, 06OCT19 – 20OCT19
Cairo – Tokyo Narita
eff 05JUL19 787-9 replaces 777-300ER, 2 weekly (787-9 also scheduled 2 weekly in September, instead of 1)

Cairo – Toronto eff 01OCT19 787-9 replaces 777-300ER, 4 weekly
Cairo – Washington Dulles eff 03JUN19 3 weekly 787-9, previously reported new route (Reservation remains unavailable)

Previously reported 787-9 operations:
Cairo – Bangkok – Hong Kong 01JUL19 – 30AUG19 787-9 replaces A330-300, 3 weekly
Cairo – Beijing 02JUL19 – 29SEP19 787-9 replaces 777-300ER, 3 weekly
Cairo – Madrid
eff 01AUG19 787-9 operates MS753/754, 1 daily, replacing 737-800 (Overall 8 weekly)
Cairo – New York JFK eff 03NOV19 787-9 replaces 777-300ER
Cairo – Paris CDG eff 01JUL19 787-9 operates MS799/800, replacing A330-300

Planned 787-9 service for Cairo – London Heathrow from 01MAY19 to 30SEP19 (2 weekly) has been removed. Planned 787-9 operational routes and dates remain subject to change.

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