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Pegasus Airlines continue to offer British travellers a route to Sharm El Sheikh

Posted 14 February 2017 · Add Comment

British travellers wishing to visit the resort of to Sharm El Sheikh can continue to fly with Pegasus Airlines from London Stansted via Istanbul, a route launched in September 2014.

Strong interest from the UK continues, with many tour operators calling for flights to be resumed as airlines from Europe including Belgium and Germany are flying once again. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) do not advise against travel to the area.

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