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AllMasria Universal Airlines is an Egyptian private airline based in Egypt. It offers scheduled and charter flights from Egypt. Locate the best Universal Airlines tickets, book your flight and fly with Universal Airlines at the lowest cost. Book Easy Universal Airlines airline tickets online with Expedia. Locate Universal Airlines flights for your holidays, special offers and last-minute SW bookings.

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AllMasria Universal Airlines (Arabic: ???????? ??????? ????????; also known as AlMasria Airlines) is an egyptian privately owned carrier headquartered in Egypt. It offers scheduled and scheduled flights from Egypt. AlMasria Universal Airlines became operational in June 2009 and its plan was published in 2008. Hassan Aziz, who has been named Chairman and CEO, said in an April 2009 press conference that the carrier will start operating in 2009 to take full benefit of the low fares during the current economic downturn and to meet the need for flights in the most populated Arabian state.

It provides freight forwarding in the peritoneal cavity of its passengers group. The complete servicing will be contracted out to EgyptAir under a full servicing contract, whereby the airlines will also train the AlMasria crews and the engineering part. EgyptAir will handle the groundhandling, with Egypt Aviation Services' air transport passengers and caterers being handled by a new joint venture between EgyptAir and Lufthansa's LSG Sky Chefs.

In May 2017, the carrier will offer regular services on the following routes: As the first Saudi Arabian carrier, the company operated services to Yanbu airport in December 2009. It reiterated the landmark at Qassim regional airport in June 2010. Each flight departs from Cairo Airport.

By 2017, the carrier reduced liner service and recommenced ACMI ( "Tunis Air" included) charters and operates. Airbus A 320 will anchor the airline's family. First plane landed in Egypt in April 2009 and the second in August 2009. The two aircrafts are rented from BOC Aviation. In its first year of service, the airline's Chief Executive Officer said that a further 3 A320s are planned.

By 2014, a total of 10 airplanes are scheduled. "We' re planning to take out a three-year leasehold for the first plane," says Aziz. "Five years later, we want to buy Airbus planes by 2014. It is planning to offer a complete in-flight airliner. In Cairo, two staterooms with 164-seat aircrafts are offered.

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