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Sunday, 21 October 2018

Egypt announces details on new phase of charter flights incentive program

The second phase of the Tourism Minsitry’s charter flight incentive program will run from November 2018 to the end of April 2020, according to a Tourism Ministry announcement picked up by the local press. Airlines that send between 2-25 trips to Hurghada per week will receive a cash payout of USD 2,000-3,500 per trip on flights that are 80% full, while those that send 2-25 trips a week to Sharm El Sheikh that are at least 70% full will receive USD 3,000-4,000 per trip. The minimum pax for trips to Taba, Luxor, Aswan, Marsa Matrouh, and Alamein was set at 65% with payouts ranging from USD 3,500-4,500 per flight.

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