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EgyptAir Academy partners with Fawry to multiply its payment systems

By Edlyn Cardoza

August 18, 2022

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EGYPTAIR Training Academy, Digital Services, Fawry, Banking Technology, Electronic Payments, Myfawry App, Bank Wallets, Financial Services, EgyptEGYPTAIR Training Academy began expanding its digital services as it celebrated with Fawry for Banking Technology and Electronic Payments the start of making the company’s services available on the academy’s electronic portal.

This comes in accordance with the strategic cooperation between the two entities that aims at multiplying the academy’s payment systems, especially the electronic payment through the company’s various channels, which are more than 285,000 points of sale, in addition to myfawry app and bank wallets.

Capt. Amr Abu El-Enein, Chairman and CEO of EGYPTAIR Holding Company, stated that EGYPTAIR is always keen to apply modern technological systems to provide accessible customer solutions. This comes in implementing the company’s top priority plan, which is to expand the provision of its digital services in line with the increase in the company’s frequencies to many points worldwide.

Capt. Ihab El-Tahtawy, President of EGYPTAIR Training Academy, expressed his pleasure with this new cooperation, adding that this is not the first cooperation with a large entity like Fawry, which is characterised by significant experience and human cadres at the highest level of competence and skill in the field of information technology, communications, and financial services.

Hossam Ezz El-Din, CCO of Fawry, made a statement about this partnership, noting that the company has gathered young minds of talented professionals committed to building a world-class level of technology in quality, information security and ease of use.

Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Fawry for Banking and Payment Technology Services had announced that it would begin providing the Sudanese payments platform, Cashi, with its digital transformation systems ahead of the launch of its digital platform for classified ads and digital marketing in Soug Sudan. The move comes as part of Fawry’s strategy to expand into new technological markets abroad and offer support for the popular digital platforms.

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