|Hubs||Cairo International Airport|
|Parent company||EgyptAir Holding Company|
|Key people||Captain Basem Gohar (Chairman & CEO)|
EgyptAir Cargo is the cargo division of the Egyptian national airline EgyptAir. It operates using both its own dedicated aircraft and the cargo-carrying capacity of its sister passenger airline. Its main base is Cairo International Airport.
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EgyptAir Cargo was formed in 2002 from the existing cargo activities of EgyptAir, on the creation of The EgyptAir Holding Company, as one of its subsidiaries. The company is a member of IATA's Cargo 2000 initiative.
In 2008 the airline introduced a modified logo with larger EgyptAir Cargo titles, however sister company EgyptAir introduced a new livery and logo later that year that will be applied to the cargo fleet in due course.[when?]
Ownership and structure
Trends for recent years for EgyptAir Cargo are shown below (for years ending 30 June):
|Net Profits (E£m)||73||80||49||18||75||39|
|Number of employees||>1,000||n/a||n/a||n/a||>1,400||n/a|
|Cargo handled (freighter and passenger aircraft) (tons m)||186||168||198||184||203||188|
|Number of aircraft (at year end)||4||4||4||4||4||4|
As of January 2017, EgyptAir Cargo operates flights to:
|Belgium||Ostend||Ostend–Bruges International Airport||Focus city|
|Chad||N'Djamena||N'Djamena International Airport|
|Egypt||Cairo||Cairo International Airport||Hub|
|Germany||Cologne||Cologne Bonn Airport|
|Lebanon||Beirut||Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport|
|Russia||Moscow||Domodedovo International Airport|
|South Sudan||Juba||Juba International Airport|
|Turkey||Istanbul||Istanbul Atatürk Airport|
|United Arab Emirates||Sharjah||Sharjah International Airport|
|United Arab Emirates||Ras Al Khaimah||Ras Al Khaimah International Airport|
As of April 2017 the EgyptAir Cargo fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|Airbus A330-200P2F||—||1||launch customer for passenger to freighter conversion program|
- "EgyptAir divides operations into six in effort to multiply earnings". Flight International. 162 (4839): 23. 9 July 2002.
Egyptian flag carrier EgyptAir has been restructured, with operations divided between six companies grouped under the newly formed EgyptAir Holding Company. The six companies will be responsible for airline operations; ground services; operations and maintenance; air cargo.
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