Egyptians today often refer to Cairo as Maṣr ([mɑsˤɾ], مصر), the Egyptian Arabic pronunciation of the name for Egypt itself, emphasizing the city's continued role in Egyptian influence. Its official name is القاهرةal-Qāhirah, means literally: "the Defeater", in reference to the fact that the planet Mars ("Al Najm Al Qahir") was rising at the time when the city was founded as well as, "the Vanquisher"; "the Conqueror"; Egyptian Arabic pronunciation:[elqɑ(ː)ˈheɾɑ], "the Defeater" or, " "the Victorious" (al-Qahira) in reference to the much awaited Caliph al-Mu'izz li Din Allah who arrived from the old Fatimid Ifriqiyan capital of Mahdia in 973 to the city. The Egyptian name for Cairo is said to be: Khere-Ohe, meaning: "The Place of Combat", supposedly, in reference to a battle which took place between the Gods Seth and Horus. Sometimes the city is informally also referred to as كايروKayro[ˈkæjɾo]. It is also called Umm ad-Dunya, meaning "the mother of the world".
Air Cairo, Egypt’s low-fare airline, has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo aircraft. The new aircraft will join Air Cairo’s all Airbus fleet of seven aircraft. The aircraft is on lease from ICBC Leasing and is equipped with CFM LEAP-1A engines ...
Low-cost carrier Air Cairo has taken delivery of its Airbus A320neo this week ... The newest aircraft will allow Air Cairo to expand into new markets, including Western Europe, Africa, and more. Air Cairo currently operates a fleet of six A320-200s and now, one A320neo ... Monday marked the delivery of Air Cairo’s first A320neo.
Its fleet of two operational aircrafts have been leased to other airlines over the last few years, with one currently located at CairoInternational Airport in Egypt and the other in Amman, Jordan. ... In 2017 it leased its aircrafts and halted most of its activity. .
CAIRO. The countdown to catastrophe in Beirut started six years ago when a troubled, Russian-leased cargo ship made an unscheduled stop at the city's port ... Embroiled in a financial and diplomatic dispute, it was abandoned by the Russian businessman who had leased it ... The ship was leased by Igor Grechushkin, a Russian businessman living in Cyprus.
Cairo. An Egyptian girl has got a new lease of life after her father saved her from death under a moving train in Egypt...Social media users has described the father as Super father. Super father ... LastFebruary, 21 people were killed after an unmanned speeding train crashed into a concrete platform at Cairo’s main rail station, sparking a huge fire ... .
The company has signed a deal worth $212.6m at current list prices for three E195-E2 planes with Nigeria's Air Peace, as well as a deal for three E190 jets with Cairo-based CIAF Leasing worth $161.4m at least prices ... Two of the three existing planes are leased to Tunisian operatorJasminAirways and the other to Air Cairo.