Cairo: Hoping for Hubbing
Cairo Airport (CAI) is one part of Egypt’s aviation sector that is centrally administered by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. The airport - along with others in the country - is part of the Egyptian Holding Company for Airports & Air Navigation, with CAI specifically run by the Cairo Airport Company. Operations and planning are done by Fraport AG which holds a 12-year management contract that was awarded in 2004. [1476 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Integrated plan
- The current situation
- Improving airport infrastructure
- The low cost and Middle East challenge
Graphs and data:
- Cairo International Airport passenger numbers: 2003 to 2008
- Egypt Airports passenger numbers in 2008
- Cairo Airport Total Carrier Capacity Share (%)
- Egypt Domestic capacity share (by seats)
- Chart 5 Egypt international capacity share (by seats)
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