Luxor Welcomes First Flight From London After Two-Yr Hiatus
On the night of Monday, 1 November, Luxor Worldwide Airport acquired EgyptAir’s first flight coming from London’s Heathrow Airport after a two-year hiatus because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Luxor-London flights are set to function throughout winter, with a weekly flight that may accommodate 140 passengers.
This step coincides with EgyptAir’s participation within the 2021 World Journey Market (WTM), held in London from November 1-3. The WTM is presently being attended by Egypt’s Minister of Civil Aviation, Mohamed Manar and Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Khaled El-Enany.
In August, 300 Russian vacationers arrived at Hurghada Worldwide Airport for the primary time since 2015, and have been welcomed by a delegation from the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and the workplace of the Egyptian Common Authority for Tourism Activation in Hurghada.
The UK eliminated Egypt from its COVID-19 purple checklist in September, which meant that there would now not be a self-financed, 10-day mandated resort quarantine for these touring from Egypt to England.
Egypt is presently making ready a grand celebration for the El-Kebash Highway reopening ceremony to draw world consideration to Luxor’s historical civilization. The street, which was constructed by historical Egyptians greater than 5,000 years in the past, will enable vacationers to stroll from Luxor Temple to Karnak Temple.
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