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Marsa Alam Airport receives 121 European flights until Friday

The Marsa Alam International Airport, south of the Red Sea Governorate is set to receive 121 regular and charter tourist flights until Friday, according to the operating schedule announced by the airport.

The flights will arrive from about 13 European nationalities, led by Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Belgium and the Netherlands, to attend the New Year celebrations.

The airport received 38 European fights on Saturday – divided into 20 flights from Poland, three flights from the Czech Republic, five flights from Germany, seven from Italy, and one flight from the Netherlands, Lithuania, and Belgium.

Security services tightened their procedures to secure hotels and tourist villages, with checkpoints deployed in various tourist areas.

Red Sea security officials inspected various security services and fixed checkpoints.

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