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Air Sinaï information
Boeing 737-566 (SU-GBK) used by Air Sinai
Air Sinai uses 2 unmarked Embraer ERJ-170 aircraft owned by EgyptAir to operate its flights. Other types, including larger aircraft are also used based on operational requirements, with EgyptAir markings removed. On some occasions, EgyptAir branded aircraft have also been utilised.
Air Sinaï routes
Air Sinai serves the following destinations on behalf of Egyptair.
-Cairo - Cairo International
-Tel Aviv - Ben Gurion International Airport
Let's get to know before flying with Air Sinaï
Established in 1982, Air Sinai is an Egyptian airline based in Cairo that operates scheduled passenger services from its airport hub at Cairo International Airport (CAI). Air Sinai primarily operates services between Egypt and Israel and has been connecting the two countries for over 35 years. Air Sinai currently flies a service between Cairo International Airport (CAI) and Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV), Tel Aviv, four times a week using two unmarked Embraer ERJ-170 aircraft which it wet-leases from its parent company, EgyptAir.
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