Egypt witnessed high tourism turnouts from different nationalities this week, including batches from France, England, Spain, Ukraine and Belarus.
Hurghada International Airport expected to receive four weekly flights coming from Czech starting next Saturday.
President Abdel Fattah el Sisi directed Wednesday offering all necessary protection to the labor force in the tourism sector amid the effects caused by the coronavirus pandemic outbreak and its negative consequences.
Nearly 300,000 tourists from different nationalities have arrived in Egypt since announcing Tourism resumption after the halt due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier in the day, Hurghada airport received three flights by Easy Jet, Fly Egypt, and Air Cairo, transferring 423 tourists coming from Geneva, Paris, and Prague.
Egypt’s government approved, Wednesday number of decrees aiming to support the sector of tourism and antiquities.
Top officials from the New Urban Communities Authority and the two ministries were present.
The tourist flights will be operated from Prague to the cities of Sharm el-Sheikh, Hurghada, and Marsa Alam.
During a Saturday visit to Upper Egypt’s Luxor and the Red Sea’s Hurghada, Antiquities Minister Khaled el-Enany said Egypt gives tourists the opportunity to see into Pharaonic history and enjoy the beach in one day.
The AACO displayed on Saturday the figures the industry is expected to record in the cases of a speedy recovery and a slow one.
Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar added that the aviation sector is one of the sectors that stopped completely due to pandemic.
EgyptAir will operate on Wednesday 27 flights carrying 2,800 passengers to 17 different destinations.
On August 22, two flights from Poland arrived at MarsaAlam International Airport, with two flights arriving weekly in Hurghada and MarsaAlam.
The meeting also tackled the project of Historic Cairo development to raise the awareness of the Egyptian cultural heritage.
Prime Minister, will meet on Monday, Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of the UNWTO in the presence of Khaled Anani.
Pololikashvili’s visit came at Anani’s invitation.
The flight took off from Skopje, the Macedonian capital, with 175 tourists on board.
This expectation is also implied on large net tourism exporters, such as Costa Rica, Greece, Morocco, New Zealand, Portugal, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Turkey.
The country accounted for 35.2% of the USD 340 bn invested in the region throughout the period.
The national carrier operates two flights to Abu Dhabi, Kuwait and Muscat.