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  • EGYPTAIR’s newest route marks an expansion of its network, now reaching 80 destinations around the world. As part of EGYPTAIR’s ongoing commitment to create value for its customers, EGYPTIAR’s 4 weekly are the only direct flights between Toronto: the cosmopolitan city and Cairo: the gate way to the world.

    EGYPTAIR announces that it will operate a new service between Toronto the largest city in Canada, the provincial capital of Ontario, and Canada’s commercial capital and Cairo connecting to all EGYPTAIR wide networks in Africa, Middle East and Far East.

    “This route marked yet another significant milestone for the flag carrier of Egypt that has now spread its wings to 2 major cities in North America; New York and Toronto.” said Capt Roshdy Zakaria, the Chairman and CEO of EGYPTAIR AIRLINES.

    Capt Roshdy affirmed that customers will benefit from several value added from of the new Route, focusing on:

    • EGYPTAIR Frequent Flyer members, EGYPTAIR Plus, could benefit the priority check-in, priority boarding upgrade against miles and free tickets against miles.
    • With the great connection of the Toronto route with MS Network to the Domestic, Africa, Middle East and Far East destinations from CAI, EGYPTAIR’s passengers have a lot of privileges through the Frequent Flier Program by sharing all the STAR Alliance points on one card, using the STAR Alliance lounges in 24 airports all over the world and flying through Cairo Airport Terminal 3, with all the STAR alliance carriers under one roof ensuring minimum connectivity./list_item]
    • EGYPTAIR provides special baggage allowance policy by applying a premium piece concept :

      • 32 kilograms on Business in addition to  onboard 2 pieces with a maximum weight of 8kg each
      • Two pieces each 23 kilograms on Economy in addition to onboard 1 piece with a maximum weight of 8kg.
    • Through its codeshare agreement with Air Canada, EGYPTAIR will be able to carry customers from any point in Canada to Egypt and connect them to more than 18 destinations in Africa, 21 destinations in the Middle East and 7 destinations in the Far East.
    • During the long trip between Toronto and Cairo, that takes around 13 hours, customers will be served with meals that are prepared with the highest care to suit the tastes of EGYPTAIR valued customers.

    EGYPTAIR plans to launch over the next few months scheduled flights to a diverse portfolio of new routes, including Abidjan – Côte d’Ivoire , and many more start-ups to be announced.

    EgyptAir flights are available on reservation systems through:

    • www.egyptair.com, www.m.egyptair.com,
    • sending email to:  Toronto_to@egyptair.com or Montreal_to@egyptair.com
    • Calling: (416) 960-0009 ext. 21/24, (514) 875-9990 ext. 225/226/227;
    • On the go : by downloading EgyptAir application from the App Store
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  • Council of Arab League Ambassadors to Canada Awards and Gala Dinner

    By CanACC on May 24, 2013
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    The Council of Arab League Ambassadors to Canada organizes, for the first time, a ceremony to honor and shed light on Canadians of Arab descent who have made outstanding contributions in several areas. The ceremony will take place during a Gala Dinner on Monday, June 17th, 2013, at the hall of the Museum of Civilizations in Ottawa-Gatineau.

    In addition to the awards ceremony and dinner, there will be artistic performances at this event with music, songs and dance.
  • “One Heart Two Homes” Premier

    By CanACC on May 24, 2013
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    OMNI TELEVISION RAISES NEW QUESTIONS ABOUT IDENTITY TRANSFORMATION WITH THE ENGLISH PREMIERE OF THE DOCUMENTARY “ONE HEART...TWO HOMES"

    OMNI Television examines the multilayered complexity of belonging to two homelands, Canada & Lebanon. "One Heart Two Homes" is a documentary that starts with a simple question: "Where do you come from?" and then delves into identity challenges that immigrants face.


    "One Heart Two Homes" explores how multicultural identity shapes the lives of five well known Canadians of Lebanese origin. Patron of the Arts Salah Bachir, President of Cineplex Media; Senator Pierre DeBanne, a politician with more than 44 years dedicated to public service; May Abou Saab, a Radio Canada International journalist; Mohammed Fakih, CEO of Paramount Fine Foods; and Omar Moualem, writer and rapper. Discover how these influential people in different Canadian scenes deal with this multifaceted dilemma.