Direct flights to the Egyptian destination of Sharm el-Sheikh from the UK will resume for the first time since 2015. The ban of flights to Sharm el-Sheikh lasted four years following the death of 224 people in the bombing of a Russian airliner, linked to the Islamic State group. In the aftermath, Egyptian officials admitted the airport fell well short of international security standards. Wael al-Nashar, president of the Egyptian Airports Company, said that Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport has received the renewal of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification for safety and quality standards. Following the decision, Tui said it

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