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Flydubai completes Assuit route successfully

May 25 - Flydubai completed its flight to Assuit (Egypt) on Monday morning, marking the airline’s operations to its third Egyptian destination and 16th route. FZ181 took off from Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 2 at 0030hrs and landed in the ancient city of Assiut at 0315hrs local time this morning. Flydubai will go to Assuit thrice a week from the Dubai International Airport. The airline started its flights to Luxor, Egypt, last week only.
Speaking on the occasion, Hamad Obaidalla, CCO of Flydubai said: "Egypt is a very important market for Flydubai and developing our network within this growing economy is an important part of our overall objective to offer safe, low cost and quality air travel throughout the region and to better serve the travelling public."
 

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