First flight of Austrian Level Airlines arrives at Hurghada Airport

210 tourists were aboard the aircraft from the Austrian capital

Red Sea Governor Ahmed Abdallah was at the airport to receive the flight
(Image for illustrative purposes only)
Red Sea Governor Ahmed Abdallah was at the airport to receive the flight (Image for illustrative purposes only)

The first flight of Austrian Level Airlines arrived at Hurghada airport arriving from Vienna on Sunday 23 June 2019 landed at Hurghada Airport with 210 tourists on board, according to Egypt Today news outlet.

The outlet reported that the Red Sea Governor Ahmed Abdallah was at the airport to receive the flight, reportedly welcoming the arriving tourists and wishing them a pleasant stay in the Red Sea resort city.

Abdallah told the news outlet that operating a direct line between Vienna and Hurghada helps in attracting more tourists.  

There will be reportedly one flight a week weekly between Vienna and Hurghada, with an expected gradual increase to reach one daily as of the beginning of September.  

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