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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
Rome, Naples and Bari in Italy are now connected with Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt by Air Cairo. This is good news for Sharm El Sheikh tourism. Low-cost airline Air Cairo is owned 60% by Egypt Air, a Star Alliance Member. “We are also flying from M…
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Direct flights from Kiev to Cairo to resume in April
Direct flights from Kiev to Cairo to resume in April
Egypt’s tourist authority announced that four direct flights will connect Kiev in Ukraine with Cairo from April. Hisham Al-Demeiry, head of the General Authority for Tourism Development said “it is a great opportunity to welcome Ukra…
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Resumption of Moscow flights to Cairo next month
Resumption of Moscow flights to Cairo next month
A high-profile Russian security delegation commenced its inspection at Cairo Airport on Monday to resume flights between Moscow and Cairo in February 2018. The Russian security delegation is going to follow up on the entire security proce…
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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
The first regular flight of Air Cairo was prepared to depart from Milano Malpensa Airport in Italy on Sunday to go to Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport. Commercial director of Air Cairo Essam Azab said the plane will arrive at Sharm El-Sh…
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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
Air Cairo has launched regular flights between Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Sharm el Sheikh and Danish capital Copenhagen, the Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation said Monday. Sharm el Sheikh airport is scheduled to receive the first fl…
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Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
Your Guide in Sharm El Sheikh
Organisers hope the two-day conference will promote tourism and physiotherapy in Egypt The resort town of Sharm El-Sheikh will host an international conference on tourism and physiotherapy on Thursday and Friday.The conference, which i…
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In the early morning of Friday the 13th 2013, parts of Cairo witnessed the first snowfall in more than 100 years. The city known for its hot weather and historical monuments amazed both Egyptians and foreigners. This cold snap is not limited to…
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