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About SkyBird Airlines

SkyBird Airlines an Egyptian airline startup, based in Cairo, Egypt. This airline, which was founded in 2018 is expected to begin its charter flights in 2019.

The airline was founded over by a joint Egyptian and Saudi initiative, with the CEO and Chairman expected to be Magdy Elhalfawy.

SkyBird Airlines will offer flights to Europe from Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada, and also flights to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other regional locations from Cairo International Airport.

 


 

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SkyBird Airlines Hub Airport

Cairo International Airport

Cairo International Airport is an airport based in Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt, serving flights to domestic, regional and international locations. This airport is the busiest airport of Egypt, and the second busiest airport in Africa, after OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

The airport is also the hub for EgyptAir, EgyptAir Express and Nile Air. It also serves a number of other airlines such as Gulf Air, Joon, Swiss International Air Lines and Ukraine International Airlines.

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SkyBird Airlines Fleet

SkyBird Airlines is expected to begin operations with two A320-200s, and will expand to a total of 4 within the second year of operations.