Egypt: First Flight Arrives in Hurghada From Serbia Since Lock-Down

Hurghada International Airport received Sunday the first flight from Serbia after a three-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As many as 180 tourists were on board, an official source from the airport said in a press release.

Officials from the airport public relations' department and welcomed the tourist delegation with flowers and souvenirs in coordination with Tourism Promotion Authority, the source added.

All precautionary measures have been taken with the passengers who had their luggage sanitized before leaving the airport.

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