It is unclear if the recent spate of tourist stabbings in the Egyptian resort of Hurghada will affect Air Cairo’s plans to link up the Red Sea resort with Ljubljana’s Brnik airport, its schedule to operate summer charter flights for three months is provisionally slated to begin from the end of May 2016.
The service which will replace a like-for-like route operated during 2015 by Cairo-based Nesma Airlines adds Ljubljana to Air Cairo’s already considerable portfolio of destinations linking Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh with European cities, complementing its established roster of routes connecting Egypt with major aviational hubs in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar and Kuwait. 
A young airline servicing a fleet consisting entirely of Airbus A320 jets traditionally used as summer charter planes, Air Cairo’s ambitions to almost triple its capacity from seven to twenty by 2020 are to be applauded, although its aspirational wings may be clipped if turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East continues unabated. 

Sources: Sierra5 – Air Cairo to operate Hurghada-Ljubljana route

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