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Travel to Egypt
Following the disturbances in Cairo last summer, life in Egypt has largely returned to normal, and most areas of the country are open for business as usual. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) continues to advise against non-essential travel to north Sinai, and to selected areas of south Sinai.
There is no advice against travel to tourist areas such as Hurghada and Makadi Bay or to Cairo, Luxor, Aswan and Abu Simbel, all of which remain peaceful.
There is also no advice against travel to Sharm el Sheikh, and holidays to Sharm el Sheikh continue to operate as normal. However the FCO now recommend against non-essential travel outside the Sharm el Sheikh area, for instance to Taba, Dahab or St Catherine's Monastery. We have temporarily suspended excursions to these destinations.
For more information please see Egypt Travel Information.
Details of where to check-in, collect tickets on departure and other useful airport information can be found on the following pages:
Flights from Egypt to the UK
Please check the notice boards or see your Red Sea Holidays Representative for up to date information of return flight schedules.
Unless advised otherwise by your Representative, please assume that your return flight will depart on schedule and plan accordingly.