By Mohamed Attia
EgyptAir’s subsidiaries are undergoing a major revamp, with the airline adding new routes, improving safety and passenger service, and increasing sales and profits.
The airline’s parent company, EgyptAir Holding Company, has opened new routes to New Delhi, India, and Tokyo, Japan, in recent months. It has also increased the frequency of flights to existing destinations, including Manchester, United Kingdom, and Dhaka, Bangladesh.
EgyptAir has also implemented a comprehensive digital transformation programme, which has improved the efficiency of its operations and customer service. The airline has also invested in new lounges and amenities for passengers.
As a result of these changes, EgyptAir has seen a significant increase in passenger traffic. In June 2023, the airline carried 12% more passengers than in the same month last year.
EgyptAir’s subsidiary, EgyptAir Duty Free, has also undergone a major transformation. The company has implemented a new digital system that has improved inventory management and customer service.
As a result of these changes, EgyptAir Duty Free has seen a 200% increase in sales and a 300% increase in profits.
The company has also invested in new warehouses and storage facilities. It has also upgraded lighting and display units in its stores.
EgyptAir Duty Free is also participating in international conferences to learn about the latest trends in the duty-free industry.
The airline’s revamp is a sign of its commitment to providing the best possible service to its passengers.