Today, Lieutenant General Mohamed Abbas Helmy, Minister of Civil Aviation, received the Irish Ambassador to Egypt, Nola O’Brien, to enhance aspects of joint cooperation between the two countries in various civil aviation activities, in the presence of a number of ministry leaders.
At the beginning of the meeting, Lieutenant General Muhammad Abbas Helmy welcomed the Irish Ambassador, Nola O’Brien, explaining that this meeting comes in light of the strong and distinguished relations that bind the two countries in all fields, especially in the field of air transport, pointing to the keenness of the civil aviation sector to enhance ways of joint cooperation and support partnerships. Effective with all European countries.
The meeting dealt with discussing many important issues, including strengthening joint coordination and constructive efforts between the two countries through exchanging Egyptian-Irish experiences and stimulating travel and air freight to achieve the highest rates of economic development between the two sides, as well as providing means of cooperation and technical support in the field of business. Maintenance to serve some Irish airlines.
Activating tourist air traffic
The two sides also reviewed the most important developments related to the revitalization of air traffic and tourism, especially that EgyptAir operates a direct flight between Cairo and the Irish capital, Dublin, with four weekly flights, and is studying the possibility of opening new points in Ireland, according to the supply and demand policy during the coming period, in line with the plan. The national company, EgyptAir, is expanding its network of airlines in northwestern Europe, and the two sides stressed the importance of continuing supportive efforts to strengthen economic relations and take advantage of investment opportunities that serve the two countries.
For her part, the Irish ambassador expressed her happiness with this meeting, praising the permanent cooperation and coordination with the Egyptian civil aviation sector and its pivotal role in providing all means of support and facilities necessary for those wishing to travel to and from Egypt, expressing her aspiration to open new points between the two countries to meet the requirements of the Irish market and support partnerships. Distinguished bilateral relations at all levels and serving travel and air freight to and from Ireland.