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$6bn tourism revenues for 2015, down $1.5bn on 2014
Occupancy rates in Red Sea area have declined from around 70% to 30%, says Hisham Zaazou
Arrangements aim to help tourism workers hit by slump in the sector
Attending before air-crash conclusions is like “ploughing the sea”, says official
Lufthansa previously announced that it would halt flights to Hurghada until further notice, a decision that impacted Eurowings’ weekly flights departing from the German city of Cologne.
“If I were planning a vacation, Egypt would not be on my list,” says Nigerian journalist
Ministry estimates EGP 6.6bn losses from halt of Russian and British flights
Sharm El-Sheikh and Hurghada revenues suffers losses
The terrorist attacks in Paris and the Sinai airplane crash affect everyone – tourism as well. Do vacationers feel insecure? Here’s an appraisal.Terror attacks in Paris, Brussels on the highest level of security alert: the tourist industry is feeling the effects. Terrorists have struck in popular tourist destinations this year.
Located half way between Africa and Latin America, Saint Helena used to be a very remote place. Now an airport has placed what was once Napoleon’s place of exile on the tourist map
“Egypt is in Our Hearts” offers cut-price deals on Luxor and Aswan hotels
Loans to be received in pounds and repaid in dollars; we are awaiting a reply within two days, says Tourism Investment Association head
Company’s website in Egypt is frequented by 6,000 to 8,000 persons daily and 2.5 million annually, says Saad
North Africa region witnesses the most cooperation between Visa and its states’ governments, says Ayoub
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
Al-Sisi addresses “distress” among businessmen, following release of Salah Diab
CBE governor will discuss loan interest rates and postponing tourism sector’s overdue loans
Hotels of the region have about 10,000 rooms, with investments valued at more than EGP 15m. Shalaby said inbound domestic tourism is still below target due to the high cost of flights.
The UAE managed to go up from 30th place in the 2011’s index to 28th in the 2013’s index. In this year’s index it jumped four places to reach 24th place.
Agreements were made regarding Arab and domestic tourism to avoid repercussions of Europe suspending flights to Egypt, says Mahmoud
We are continuing to prepare for Christmas: Hotel manager