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Air Sinai is an Egyptian airline based in Cairo that operates scheduled passenger services from its airport hub at Cairo International Airport (CAI). Air Sinai primarily operates services between Egypt and Israel and has been connecting the two countries for over 35 years. Air Sinai currently flies a service between Cairo International Airport (CAI) and Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV), Tel Aviv, four times a week using two unmarked Embraer ERJ-170 aircraft which it wet-leases from its parent company, EgyptAir.
Cairo International Airport is also a hub for EgyptAir, EgyptAir Express, Nile Air and soon SkyBird Airlines. It also operates services for a number of different airlines, including Air Go Egypt, British Airways, Eritrean Airlines, Iraqi Airways and Royal Jordanian Airlines.
Originally, Air Sinai operated as its own company, flying one scheduled service between Cairo and Tel Aviv — a route that EgyptAir was unable to operate due to political reasons. For years, Air Sinai used either a Boeing 737-200, Fokker F27 Friendship, and later a Boeing 707-320C aircraft to carry passengers. In 2002, Air Sinai terminated operations as its own airline and began operating as a paper airline for EgyptAir. Air Sinai leases all of its aircraft from EgyptAir and the aircraft doesn't feature any markings identifying Air Sinai nor Egypt Air.
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Passengers flying with Air Sinai are entitled to one item of free carry-on baggage per person. The baggage must be no heavier than 8kg and must not exceed the dimensions of 55 x 35 x 25 cm.
Passengers flying with Air Sinai are entitled to one item of free checked baggage. The baggage must be no heavier than 20kg in weight and must not exceed the overall dimensions of 158 cm.
Passengers flying with Air Sinai should arrive at the airport at least one and a half before their flight — two hours if they have baggage or are checking in at the airport. Air Sinai check-in desks open two hours before the scheduled departure time and gates close 40 minutes before the scheduled departure time.