ESPN Cri4U article Egypt’s Spicejet Airways has unveiled its plans for a 10-million-euro ($11.1 million) plane that will fly to Cairo from France, the first time the French-flagged carrier has done so since the beginning of the year.
The airline announced the plans on Friday as it unveiled its new charter service.
The deal will cost around 4 million euros.
The first flight, on April 17, will take off from Paris, take off at 12:45 a.m. local time, then fly to Istanbul at 2:05 a.t.m., then return to Paris.
The first leg will take around 3 hours to complete, according to a statement on the Spicejet’s website.
The plan for the second leg, which is scheduled to take off on April 23, is still under consideration, the airline said.
The plane will be able to land in Egypt at either Cairo International Airport or Al Ain Airport, with a runway in between, the statement said.