Easyjet has announced that it will soon be expanding its flight network to include a new route from London Gatwick to Luxor.
Online PR News – 28-September-2010 – – Easyjet has announced that it will soon be expanding its flight network to include a new route from London Gatwick to Luxor.
The budget airline is set to offer a host of competitive fairs for British passengers, with the flights to the Egyptian city leaving on Mondays and Wednesdays.
The twice-weekly Easyjet flights to Luxor are set to run from London Gatwick airport from 3rd November.
The introduction of Easyjet flights to Egypt is set to attract a host of new visitor to the country, which is one of the fastest-growing holiday destinations outside of Europe, due to its wealth of history and culture, as well as its great year-round climate.
One aspect of Egyptian tourism that is set to see its popularity soar is the range of River Nile cruises on offer from companies such as African Safari Club.
One of Britain’s market leaders in providing safari holidays to Kenya, African Safari Club have been dealing in African holidays and safaris for over 40 years. In recent years the company has expanded its holiday portfolio beyond its staple country of Kenya to include other African resorts, including Egyptian resorts such as Taba Heights, and now, a host of top quality river cruises along the Nile.
Seven nights aboard either the MS Fleurette or MS Da Vinci ships with African Safari Club start from just £399 per person. Departure dates are available all year round, and prices are based on two people sharing a twin cabin, and include return flights from London Gatwick to Luxor Airport, all taxes and transfers, and ten free excursions included in your holiday itinerary.
For more information about African Safari Club and their range of River Nile cruises, visit the specialist River Nile Cruises page on the African safari Club website at http://www.africansafariclub.com/egypt/