Uber, Abou Ghaly Motors launch new service at Cairo airport

Upon the partnership, Abou Ghaly Motors will provide high-end vehicles like Mercedes and Jeep car models

  
Image used for illustrative purpose. Uber sign is seen on a car in New York, U.S., April 12, 2019.

Image used for illustrative purpose. Uber sign is seen on a car in New York, U.S., April 12, 2019.

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ArabFinance: Uber teamed up with Abou Ghaly Motors to offer ‘Uber Black’ service at Cairo International Airport, according to a July 13th press release.

The latest Uber product, which is available for the first time in Cairo, will provide quality service with top-rated drivers in luxurious car models for trips starting at the airport.

General Manager of Uber Egypt Ahmed Khalil commented, “Our collaboration with a strong market player such as Abou Ghaly Motors will help us facilitate more access to transportation solutions by integrating innovative technology with a premium fleet.”

Upon the partnership, Abou Ghaly Motors will provide high-end vehicles like Mercedes and Jeep car models.

When requesting a trip on the Uber app, the rider and driver will meet at Abou Ghaly Motors’ booths at the arrivals’ terminals.

Uber Black service should contribute to reviving the travel and tourism sectors in Egypt, following the government’s decision to gradually resume flights as of July 1st.

Meanwhile, CEO of Abou Ghaly Motors Mohamed Abou Ghaly said, “Our investment in this partnership is a reflection of […] the solid steps undertaken by the Egyptian administration to encourage local as well as foreign investors to grow their investments and create more economic opportunities.”

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