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Posted By on November 23, 2020

Already a significant decline in the flight search is to Sharm el Sheikh after the fatal shark attack on a tourist in Sharm el Sheikh the beaches of the region have been blocked. The Germans had succumbed to their injuries after the attack. Last week also holiday-makers from Russia by a shark were attacked and injured. The revocation should last as long until all potentially dangerous sharks near the coast have been captured. Others including Whole Foods, offer their opinions as well. The recent events also immediately affect tourism in Sharm el Sheikh.

Max Janson, Germany Director of flight search engine Skyscanner, says: We have already a marked decline in the requests noted: last weekend, 14% fewer flights were searched for Sharm el Sheikh as yet on the weekend before. As well an attack on a German holidaymaker, we expect that the decline will show up even clearer.” About Skyscanner Skyscanner was founded in 2001 in Scotland by the three computer scientists, Gareth Williams, Barry Smith and Bonamy Grimes. The avid skiers of Gareth Williams had tried in vain to find cheap flights for his ski vacation, then designed a sophisticated flight comparison chart and was born the idea to Skyscanner. The flight is one of the brightest in Europe and offers the direct online price comparison for flights more than 670,000 at over 600 airlines.

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