Founded in 2013, Air Go, or Air Go Airlines, was a scheduled and charter airline based in Cairo, Egypt. Beginning with flights to Jeddah and Saudi Arabia in 2014, it operated scheduled flights from Egypt, to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the Persian Gulf, with charter flights to Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Air Go operated its inaugural flight in 2014 with a service from Cairo International Airport (CAI) to King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) and ceased operations in 2016
Passengers were permitted one piece of carry-on luggage per person, weighing no more than 7kg.
Air Go Egypt’s checked baggage policy allowed passengers travelling in Saudi Arabia one piece of baggage, weighing 23 kg. Passengers travelling to Kuwait were permitted 2 pieces of baggage, weighing a total of 32kg. In the case that a piece of luggage was in excess of the weight limit, fees were charged at the airport.
Air Go didn't offer online check-in for their flights.
Passengers had to check-in at the airport for their Air Go flight by visiting the airport check-in desk to check in and drop off baggage.
Air Go Egypt is based at Cairo International Airport which is the busiest airport in Egypt and is located in Heliopolis, near Cairo. It is the airport hub for EgyptAir, EgyptAir Express, AlMasria Universal Airlines and Nile Air, and is the operating airport for Air Go Egypt. It serves nearly 15million passengers and has 3 runways and 3 terminals.
Photo credit: Dennis Jarvis
Air Go operated two Airbus A320-200s at the time that it ceased operations. Historically, the Air Go Egypt fleet consisted of Airbus A320-200.