EgyptAir has announced that it will sell out all of its tickets for the Egyptian Air Service in 2019.
The airline announced the news on their official Twitter account, stating that the number of seats available on their flights has increased to 1,852, with the majority of tickets being sold to passengers who are traveling from the UAE, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates.
The company said that a total of 2,838,723 tickets were sold for the 2019 EgyptAir service.
The airline said that it has been busy selling its EgyptAir tickets as many customers are on holiday.
The number of EgyptAir flights to the United States has increased from 1,564,400 to 1.8 million since the start of the year.
The number of flights to Qatar and the UAE have increased from 2,971,400 and 2.4 million respectively.
EgyptAir also announced that the company has increased its flight bookings in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
EgyptAir said that their 2017 revenue was $9.9 billion, and their net profit was $1.9 Billion.
Egypt Air said that its profits were up from $1 billion in 2016, and they had a profit of $1,842 million in 2017.
Egypt Air has been expanding its flights in the Middle East and Africa since the beginning of the airline’s operations in 2011.
In the first six months of 2017, the company added another 8,000 seats on its flights to Dubai, Qatar and Abu Dhabi.
In addition to their EgyptAir Air Service, EgyptAir will also operate the Egyptian Airways Group, which operates the Cairo-Jerusalem-Oslo-Baghdad route.
The EgyptAir Group operates services from Cairo, Egypt to Dubai.
Egyptair will launch a new airline, Egypt Airlines, which will launch flights from Egypt to London, New York, Paris, Dubai, and Singapore.
The new airline will also provide services to countries in the South China Sea, including Taiwan and the Philippines.
Egyptair’s EgyptAir operates flights to more than 80 destinations in the region, including major cities in the U.S. and Canada, and more than 100 airports worldwide.