After suffering a major setback since the revolution in 2011, tourism in Egypt is making a comeback.
The “Fast Travel” programme allows passengers to perform their travel arrangements via self-service channels.
Ministers will discuss ferry connection between Cyprus and Egypt.
Travco hopes to maintain its lead in attracting tourists to Egypt for fifth consecutive year despite 4 years of crisis in the country
$50m investment costs for project; the opening will be with during the coming New Year
Egypt managed to attract 9 million tourists despite political unrest
Russian tourists traveling to Egypt from Jan. 15 to April 30 will not have to pay the standard $25 visa fee
Qatari Diar is considered one of the foremost real estate Gulf investors in Egypt.
Egypt's transportation minister insists that underground ticket prices won't increase from their flat fare rate of LE1.
The project is scheduled to be completed after 211 days.
Revenues went up to $5.46 billion in 2014 from $5.11 billion in 2013.
Flights from London in the last period were almost complete at 80 percent of normal rates
Around 1,400 tourists visited Egypt’s landmark temples of Abu Simbel and Nefertari in Aswan, in the far south of the country, on new year.
The occupancy rate at the New Year celebrations in Luxor and Aswan will not surpass 50 percent this year.
Cabinet sources attributed as saying metro tickets will increase from EGP 1 to between EGP 1.5 and EGP 3.
Slide of Russian currency threatens recovery of Egyptian tourism sector as President El-Sisi calls for intervention.
Minister of Aviation Houssam Kamal said Egyptian airports are looking to host more than 70 million visitors annually.
The Egyptian government has recently invested heavily into the renovation and restoration of its ancient cultural sites.
The British embassy in Egypt has reopened after being forced to close to the public for security reasons, the foreign secretary has said.
The plan would aim to return EgyptAir to profitability by mid-2016.