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The Foreign Office has relaxed its travel advice for British citizens heading to Egypt. It has lifted its advice - put in place on 28 January amid widespread unrest - against "all but essential" travel to Cairo, Alexandria and Suez. Following Hosni Mubarak.
Some areas of Egypt are deemed as no-go areas for tourists while others are classified as being safe. There is no FCO advice against travel to Cairo, Alexandria, the tourist areas along the Nile river (including Luxor, Qina, Aswan, Abu Simbel and the.
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The ban on laptops in aircraft cabins came as the Foreign and Commonwealth Office hardened its travel advice for Egypt , Turkey, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Lebanon. “There is a heightened risk of terrorism against aviation. The threat is.
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Large phones, laptops and tablets not allowed in the cabin on flights to the UK from Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Tunisia. Announcing the changes to the travel advice, the Foreign Office said: “Since the terrorist attack in Sousse in.
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Renewed interest in all things Egyptian is great news for the country's tourism industry, which still hasn't fully recovered from the 2011 revolution and its aftermath. But as I write, there is no Foreign Office advice against travel to the capital.
Since the terrorist attacks in Tunisia in 2015, the UK Foreign Office has advised against travelling to most parts of the country, and holidays and flights to Tunisia have been cancelled. In May this year the FCO extended its travel warning for another.