With its rich history, vibrant culture and diverse landscapes, Egypt has always held a magnetic allure for travellers. But does it have the momentum to take the next steps in its evolution? Breaking Travel News finds out more
The Egyptian Tourism Authority has been confirmed as the sponsor for visitor registration at this year’s World Travel Market in London. The partnership comes just days after the British government lifted the flight restriction to the North African country’s resort town of Sharm el-Sheik.
British government officials have lifted restrictions on flights to Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt. The decision reverses a ban imposed in 2015 following the bombing of a Russian airliner.
Rixos Hotels has marked a major milestone in its Middle East expansion strategy after signing an agreement to manage its largest all-inclusive luxury resort on the Red Sea coast of Egypt.
Marriott International has reinforced its commitment to Egypt with the launch of Tahseen, a unique hospitality training program developed in response to a growing need for talent within the industry.
The Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board has a new chairman, with Rania Al-Mashat, Egypt’s minister of tourism, appointing Ahmed Yousef to lead the organisation.
The Egyptian State Tourist Authority has revealed 61,481 Brits travelled to Egypt in the first two months of 2018, an increase of almost 40 per cent compared to the same period last year. The latest figures reflect the broader upward trend for the destination over the past year, with 319,388 UK citizens travelling to Egypt in 2017, an increase of 38 per cent.