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EasyJet will operate two flights weekly to Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport from Manchester in September
Losses caused by COVID-19 up to May are already three times that of 2008 Global Economic Crisis, says UNWTO
Two buildings in the Zamalek district of Cairo were severely damaged two days ago, due to recent work on the Cairo Metro’s Line 3 extension
Tourism Ministry is currently studying all variables to set deadline for full nationwide resumption of tourism activity
Talking to Daily News Egypt, Akel said the current occupancy rates at most Red Sea hotels range between 80% and 100% at weekends, with an average of 85%.
Egypt is embarking upon massive projects and will transform North Coast into global tourism centre, says Emaar’s Alabbar
The hotel, which is located on the Red Sea coast in Sinai, is currently under development and modernisation, with an additional 159 rooms set to be added.
Tourists have visited Egypt and returned home, with no coronavirus infections reported
Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada have received 56 flights since tourism restarted on 1 July
Total of 541 hotels across 21 governorates have so far receive certificates to reopen
Such facilities would also serve permanent catchment population to improve profitability
Upper Egypt Marketing Cultural Tourism Committee preparing for major tourism event to mark Luxor’s reopening
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30 diving centres, 13 yachts, and 4 marine activity centres also receive certificate to reopen
Red Sea tourist resorts will receive tourists from Ukraine, Switzerland, and Belarus, in next few days
8 diving centres, 6 yachts, 2 marine activities centres receive health safety certificate to reopen
Construction costs for Grand Egyptian Museum has been reduced from $1.6bn to only $700m, without compromising on quality, says El-Anany
The hotel has implemented social distancing and additional hygiene measures, in line with Ministry of Health guidelines, and public health advice from the World Health Organization (WHO).
The hotel is now licensed to receive guests up to 50% of its total capacity, as set by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, Ministry of Health, and the Egyptian Hotel Association (EHA).
Saudi decision will cost Egypt’s tourism, aviation companies about EGP 2.5bn, says Yasser Sultan
The certificates were awarded following the verification that they have followed the health guidelines outlined by the Egyptian government and the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Decision reflects country’s commitment to resuming safe inbound tourism with comprehensive hygiene safety measures starting by early July, says El-Anany
Many EU countries have expressed keenness to allow their citizens’ return to Egypt, says El-Manasterly
Hotel rooms sterilised and left vacant for 12 hours after each check-out, hotel guests to have temperatures checked entering hotel premises
Further tourism-related meetings between two countries anticipated in mid-June, including additional discussions on precautionary measures
Promotional message of Egypt as tourist destination needs to change to keep up with COVID-19 crisis, says El-Damery
Decision aims to encourage gradual resumption of tourism activities
Suggested tourism and antiquities fund aims to support, finance activities that stimulate both sectors
Workers at 1,530 tourism establishments affected by COVID-19 receive aid to protect tourism sector labour force
Health and safety controls for return of international tourism were discussed during meetings with sector representatives