Egypt and Singapore sign new agreements for cooperation in developing the Cairo International Airport, the Ministry of Civil Aviation announced.
The agreements were signed between Singapore’s Changi Airports International and the Cairo Airport Company to jointly develop Cairo International Airport.
The cooperation comprises two agreements: the first one is passenger-focused, and the second is a consultancy agreement to develop Cairo Cargo City, a new area at Cairo International Airport earmarked for cargo and logistics development.
Egypt’s Minister of Civil Aviation Mohammed Abbas Helmy, added that he has complete confidence in Changi Airports’ ability to produce world-class solutions for enhancing Cairo International Airport.
Helmy added that the agreements align with Egypt’s strategy to offer the best hub for passenger and cargo traffic.
Magdy Azzer, the Chairman and CEO of Cairo Airport Company said that he looked forward to benefitting from Changi Airports International’s experience in producing value-added solutions for Cairo Airport.
“Changi Airports International is pleased to collaborate with Cairo Airport Company. We seek to unlock Cairo Airport’s tremendous potential for growth, leveraging on its status as one of the busiest airports in Africa by passenger and cargo volumes.” CEO of Changi Airports International Eugene Gan said.
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