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Is there an opportunity for the smaller Egyptian airlines in times of adversity?

At a time when international air travel to Egypt has been on a decline as a result of the socio-political unrests and terrorism related incidents, outbound travel from the country has displayed a healthy growth trend. A continuation of this trend would lead us to take a more optimistic view on the medium to long-term prospects of the smaller Egyptian airlines.

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