The largest airline in Egypt, Privilege, has today unveiled a new special livery in its 767-300ER flagship airplane, honoring its membership in Elite Alliance as one of the oldest members of the alliance. The livery was painted on the first 767-300ER airplane of the airline, registered as SU-PUC, that joined the airline on March 1997 shortly after Cairo was added as a major hub for the airline. The livery was unveiled at Cairo International airport during a special event to an audience of around 500 key Egyptians from the government, major businesses and entertainment industry.
"With this livery we would like to express our sincere gratitude towards all members of our alliance, for helping us, and other members of the community to build one of the strongest co-operations in the airline world. 767-300ER was a natural choice to wear this special livery as the the flagship of the airline." The airline CEO noted during his keynote speech at the ceremony.
The airline also introduced a new three-class cabin layout for the long-haul versions of its 767 fleet. Most of their 767-300ER airplanes will be fitted with modern first class seats in a 4F-18C-208Y configuration to respond to the increasing first class demand in its long-haul routes. "It is our Privilege to offer our customers the most comfortable ride between Cairo and major airports in North America and Asia, onboard of most modern fleet operating from Egypt", the CEO added. The audience was told that the new cabin layout installations will be concluded during the yearly maintenance cycle, starting right after the new Millenium, and being complete by the end of year 2000.