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Nile Air launches first flights to Saudi Arabia

Nile Air, the Egypt based airline has started regular international flights from Cairo to Saudi Arabia.

The first flight left Cairo International Airport today, and will arrive at Qassim in Saudi Arabia, shortly.

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