In Photos : Sharm El-Sheikh international airport receives the first direct British flight.
In Photos : Sharm El-Sheikh receives the first direct British flight.

 In light of the British government’s decision to resume direct flights to the city of Sharm El Sheikh, yesterday afternoon witnessed the arrival of the first British direct flights for Interair from Birmingham with 110 passengers to Sharm El Sheikh Airport.

 On this occasion, the plane received a tradition of splashing water, and a team of airport public relations provided roses and gifts to the passengers and took memorial photos with them in keeping with the celebrations of the Christmas and New Year holidays.

 In this context, General Younis al-Masry, the Minister of Civil Aviation, affirmed that all Egyptian airports apply all security measures and international safety and security standards and work to improve all services provided to clients and travelers, and that the developments witnessed by Egyptian airports recently, which included development and modernization and raising efficiency in addition to projects  In addition to strengthening the security system, the expansionism has contributed to strengthening Egypt's leadership position in the field of air transport industry regionally and internationally.

 He added that the Ministry of Civil Aviation is keen to cooperate and coordinate with all the ministries and agencies concerned in order to increase and develop the volume of tourist traffic coming to and from Egypt, especially as the aviation sector is one of the most important sectors contributing to the national economy.

 It is worth noting that a weekly flight for Interair from London is scheduled to arrive in Sharm El Sheikh in order to operate the current winter season, and it has been decided to operate a number (10) weekly flights for Toyfly at the beginning of the next summer season, while a number of other English companies set their flight operating schedules during  Next period .

Source : Source : The official page of the Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation


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