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Flights were suspended after a Russian plane carrying 224 passengers was on its way back to the city of St. Petersburg from Sharm el-Sheikh airport when it crashed in Sinai on 31 October.
Operators disappointed by disappearance of ‘guests’ and assure tourists that Sharm El-Sheikh is safe
The officer said shops open around 12 pm, and around 1 pm the shops were open but there was no one to serve.
A 25% discount rate is expected to last until February
South Sinai is among governorates of 2nd phase of parliamentary elections that will take place on 22-23 November
Crowded streets were filled with foreign and Egyptians tourists and investors with taxis and busses packed. Loud lively music echoed at the Naama Bay strip. Hotel occupancy rates were at their highest and restaurants were fully booked. That was the scene eight months ago during the Egypt Economic Development Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh. Now, the …
“Before the plane incident, we at least had money to buy our needs, now we don’t,” they say
Before the Russian plane incident each driver made at least EGP 700 per day, now we barely make EGP 150, driver says
Egyptians head to the city to improve tourism
Creation of Suez Canal is a catalyst to build a new tourism hub, and Ain Sokhna particularly in the immediate future, says Head of Hotels (MENA) at Colliers International
Tourism income increased by 27% in 2014 compared to 2013, despite difficult political circumstances