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Egypt enjoys all tourist possibilities, that should allow tourism sector to achieve revenues exceeding the $20bn, says ETTA member
Sharm Dreams Hotel to generate EGP 2bn of revenues, Al Fayourz resorts to output EGP 1.5bn
MOT succeeded in ending all entitlements of foreign companies for the previous flight incentive programmes.
Experts argue security stability is key behind hike in tourism, Sultan forecast sector to achieve $15bn by FY-end
Al-Khaja explained that Dubai Tourism has given Egypt special attention in marketing campaigns due to the market’s newfound importance and promise. In recent years, the number of Egyptians visiting Dubai has increased by 9, from 169,000 visitors by the fall of 2018, to 184,000 visitors in 2019 so far, ranking 13th among the main export markets for visitors to Dubai.
According to the recently released list and survey of Euromonitor International Research in 2018, Dubai got ranked as the world’s most visited city by tourists.
The year 2018 was very good for the Egyptian tourism sector, the minister added during an interview with Bloomberg.
Al-Mashat added that these figures confirm Egypt’s position as a world leader in the international tourism.
British CAA initially returns 150,000 travellers from 50 different destinations, says embassy’s spokesperson
The report declares that Egypt got a rating score of AAA in promoting the country’s brand and its touristic destinations, which is considered the highest rating.
Firm’s collapse to shake Egyptian market until another company absorbs number of Thomas Cook’s travellers: El Damery
Five markets include US, UK, Canada, Italy, Germany, according to Ministry
Organisation named Egypt’s ‘People To People’ campaign video as best promotional movie in Middle East
Protocol aims to educate students on importance of tourism as basic pillar to support national economy
UNWTO programme will focus on for sustainable tourism, tourism education, and training
It also forecasted that the four cities will achieve occupancy rates of 84% in Alexandria, 79% in Cairo, 68% in Hurghada, and 63% in Sharm El-Sheikh in 2019.
“We have a specific increase target already but as we have just started working with Egypt’s Tourism Ministry, so some details are still in discussion, thus the percentage of the hike depends on how much the government will spend on the marketing campaign, and on how big the size of the campaign is,” Wang added.
“The diversification of marketing and media platforms, a key pillar of the Egypt Tourism Reform Programme, contributes to the changing narrative of the sector,” said Al-Mashat.
Hospitality criteria for Egyptian hotels has not been updated since 2006
This is part of its development plan, which aims to market agricultural products globally, in addition to promoting the governorate as a global tourist destination.
DNE interviewed Al-Mashat, to find out the sector’s latest updates and future plans.
State’s tourism sector is growing at an excellent rate, says CEO of WTTC
Alexandria experiencing highest y-o-y improvement in 1H2019
Cairo, Alexandria to achieve occupancy rates of 79%, 84%, respectively in 2019
The campaign video highlights different experiences that Egypt has to offer in gastronomy, culture, and various activities through its people.
After an eight-year slump for tourism in Egypt largely due to safety concerns in recent times. Tourism, one of the most popular and profitable industries in the country is finally starting to pick up again.
The protocol also aims to provide the required development and hold competitions for residences of Marina community.
600 investors obtained lands from Tourism Ministry, failed to pay lands’ instalments
New terminal’s capacity reaches 7.5 million passengers annually
Group to increase its capacity in Egypt by adding 1,683 rooms by 2025