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81. 3,500-year-old mummy identified as Hatshepsut
3,500-year-old mummy identified as Hatshepsut. More powerful than Cleopatra or Nefertiti, Hatshepsut stole the throne from her young stepson, dressed herself as a man and in an unprecedented move declared herself pharaoh. Though her power stretched across Egypt and her reign was prosperous, Hatshepsut’s legacy was systematically erased from Egyptian history - historical records wer
82. American Tourism Society selects Cairo for Annual Fall Conference
American Tourism Society selects Cairo for Annual Fall Conference. The New York-based American Tourism Society (ATS), a professional travel industry organization, has confirmed that its Annual Fall Conference will take place for the first time in Cairo, Egypt, October 27-30, 2008. The ATS conference will be under the auspices of the Egyptian Tourist Authority.
83. Hilton Signs its Sixth Hotel in Cairo
Hilton Worldwide is expanding its portfolio of hotels in Egypt, with the company’s sixth property to Cairo. The 257-room Hilton Cairo Nile Maadi will be located in the upscale residential and diplomatic district of Maadi, offering direct access to the popular Corniche El Nile. The 23-storey property, which is forecast to open early 2016, will also boast views of the legendary River
84. Hilton Signs Two New Hotels in Egypt
Hilton has signed an agreement with Egyptian Touristic Resorts to introduce two new premium Hilton Hotels & Resorts properties to Cairo and Alexandria. The dual signing for the 390-room Hilton Giza Pyramids, located in an exclusive residential and commercial district South of Cairo, and the 195-room Hilton Alexandria King’s Ranch Resort, situated 40 kilometres West of Alexandria, r
85. Costa Cruising the Red Sea
Costa Cruising the Red Sea. Costa Cruises is now operating one-week cruises in the Red Sea, departing from Sharm el Sheik (Egypt) for the entire 2010/2011 winter season. The Costa Marina (25,600 gross tonnage and a capacity of 1,000 total Guests) and the Costa Allegra (28,400 gross tonnage and 1,000 total Guests) will depart, respectively, from 25 November 2010 to 17 February 2011
86. Travelport GDS to invest in the Middle East
Travelport GDS to invest in the Middle East. Over the coming months Travelport GDS, one of the world’s leading global distribution system (GDS) providers operating both the Galileo and Worldspan brands, will refine its distributor relationships in select markets and establish a new, more efficient direct support network for travel agents in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
87. FRHI Confirms Seven New Hotel Developments in MEAI Region
FRHI Hotels & Resorts currently has seven new hotels under development in the burgeoning Middle East, Africa and India (MEAI) region. The new developments are set to open in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Nigeria.
88. Wataniya Airways to launch Flights to Sharm El Sheikh
Wataniya Airways to launch Flights to Sharm El Sheikh. Kuwait-based Wataniya Airways it so launch flights between Kuwait and Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt from 5 June 2009.

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