As about 52 balloon flights flew in the sky of the western mainland on Thursday, carrying more than 1,231 tourists from around the world on board, in an atmosphere of Delight among the tourists, under the supervision of Brigadier General Amr Atef, Land Manager of the Flying Balloon Airport in Luxor.
"The port will be opened once the weather improves, to receive a number of ships for exporting Sinai products," an official at the Economic Zone told Youm7.
Egypt is anticipating its first wave of unstable weather and probable rainfall during this fall starting Saturday, according to the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA).
This comes while the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA) forecasts moderate rainfall and thunderstorm on northern coasts and northern Lower Egypt on Thursday.
Minister of Local Development Mahmoud Shaarawy urged citizens to stay away from trees, billboards, and light poles.
Kafr el Sheikh Governor Gamal Nour el Din ordered intensifying needed preparations to address the effects of the bad weather.
Cairo, Giza, Damietta and other governorates authorities decided to suspend study at all schools on Monday due to bad weather wave that hit the country.
Abdel Gaffar added that no accidents from the bad weather have been reported so far.
In media remarks on Saturday, He added that acting Minister of Health and Population Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar ordered to cancel the vacations for the medical staff in hospitals.
The cemetery would be restored and the remains will be re-shrouded and re-buried
The Red Sea Ports Authority said maritime activities and navigation in the two ports have resumed
The book fair will be opened again to the public on November 28 at 10 a.m., and will extend until the evening of December 1.
When people started fund raising to rebuild mosque Al-Rahman ahead of the fasting month of Ramadan, the Coptic Orthodox Church announced its assistance to share building it.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Friday said the Egyptian government and people have had firm determination in dealing with the recent wave of extremely hard weather disturbances, praising their “strong capability.”
Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli on Friday ordered suspending classes at universities and schools nationwide, to facilitate the efforts to face the wave of bad weather and torrential rain Egypt has suffered since late on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli on Friday praised the great efforts exerted by all workers at different state bodies to deal with the wave of bad weather the hit large parts of the country.
The Egyptian Company for Metro Management and Operation has announced that train movement in 14 stations of the first Metro line was suspended due to bad weather and heavy rains.
Egypt's railways movement was suspended due to bad weather, Thursday according to Egyptian National Railways statement.
A total of 31 trees and 16 electricity towers and a minaret of a mosque have fallen, while 5 houses collapsed in the governorate.
A state of emergency began Wednesday as Egyptians brace for a thunderstorm and heavy rains Thursday-Saturday.