|Hubs||Cairo International Airport|
|Secondary hubs||Borg El Arab Airport|
|Focus cities||Yanbu Qassim Jeddah|
|Company slogan||Truly yours|
|Key people||Ahmed Aly (CEO)|
The airline launched operations in August 2010, initially operating a short term wet lease contract with Libyan Arab Airlines before starting scheduled services from Egypt in March 2011 with the launch of flights to Saudi Arabia.
On 1 November 2009, the airline received its (AOC) by the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority which permits the airline to launch operations.
In January 2011, the airline became the first private Egyptian airline to publish its schedule and flight availability on the Global Distribution System (GDS), reflecting its distribution strategy that targets to sell 75% of bookings through the GDS.
The airline had originally ordered 9 Airbus A321-200 aircraft in 2007, however in 2015 this order was adjusted to 2 Airbus A320-200 aircraft.
As of May 2015, Nile Air serves the following destinations with scheduled services:
- Cairo - Cairo International Airport
- Alexandria - Borg El Arab Airport
- Luxor - Luxor International Airport
- Yanbu - Yanbu Airport
- Buraidah - Qassim Airport
- Ta'if - Ta’if Regional Airport
- Tabuk - Tabuk Regional Airport
- Jeddah - Jeddah Airport
- Hofuf - Al-Ahsa International Airport (begins 1 June 2015)
- Port Sudan (begins 6 June 2015)
The Nile Air fleet consists of the following aircraft (at May 2015):
|Airbus A320-232||2||0||164 (8/156)||Leased from Aercap. Based in Cairo International Airport|
|Airbus A320-232||1||0||180 (0/180)||Leased from ACG. Based in Borg El Arab Airport|
- Nile Air Adds Cairo - Hofuf Service from June 2015, Airlineroute.net, 18 May 2015, retrieved 18 May 2015
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