Tourists fail to let disaster put them off the charms of Sharm el-Sheikh. EU Working hard to Sabotage Tourism and the Egyptian Economy

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Several European countries have yet to halt flights after UK announced it was suspending air links with Egyptian resort
The Russian tourists looked relaxed as they walked with their families into the bright terminal of Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport.
The man, who gave his name as Mikhail, had just landed from Russia on the same runway that Flight 7K9268 took off from Saturday before crashing and killing more than 200 of his countrymen.

“I’m not afraid because we don’t know the reason of the crash yet,” he told The Telegraph confidently. His wife, who stood next to him, looked more relieved to be on solid ground.
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While visitors came and went as usual through Africa’s third busiest airport, Sharm el-Sheikh International is now under global scrutiny as investigators try to solve the mystery of Saturday’s crash.
If the Airbus was blown up mid-flight by either an onboard bomb or sabotage, then the airport where it took off 23 minutes earlier would be the scene of the crime.
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Flight 9268 to St Petersburg crashed in Egypt’s Sinai peninsular shortly after taking off from Sharm el-Sheikh on Saturday morning.
• Could an Isil bomb have caused the Russian plane to crash in Sinai?
Germany’s Lufthansa suspends flights to Sharm
Germany’s Lufthansa Group cancels flights of subsidiary airlines to Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh

Of those two possibilities, sabotage would be far more complex and require a detailed knowledge of the Airbus’s systems. But hiding a bomb somewhere on the aircraft would be simpler.

Sharm el-Sheikh serves around 8 million passengers a year and is known for its security as the Egyptian government strives to protect the country’s tourism industry.
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However, Robert Galan, a French aviation expert who has written a history or airline disasters, said that any plane waiting on the tarmac could be accessed by more than a dozen mechanics and technicians.

The Islamic State (Isil) operate in others parts of the Sinai and a jihadist infiltrator among the ground crew could potentially access the aircraft as it waited to refueled.
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The small airport, whose roof is shaped like an airy Bedouin tent, seemed normal. Shoppers browsed the few stores and armed security stood guard.

France cancels flights to Sharm El-Sheikh
France saying they have decided to cancel all direct flights between France and Sharm “to ensure the safety of people from France”

Among the undeterred visitors were many Britons. “I feel more determined than ever to come because if we didn’t it would be cowardice,” said Malcolm Morton, a British tourist who visits the resort every year with his wife. “We mustn’t let them win.”
Tour guides said there had not yet been any noticeable cancellations and travelers from Russia continued to arrive steadily throughout the day.
Russia on Sunday mourned its biggest ever air disaster after a passenger jet full of Russian tourists crashed in Egypt’s Sinai, killing all 224 people on board.
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Russia on Sunday mourned its biggest ever air disaster after a passenger jet full of Russian tourists crashed in Egypt’s Sinai, killing all 224 people on board.

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Ramadan Mohamed was among the tour organisers who shepherded the passengers of the doomed aircraft onto their flight.
“The day of their travel was a normal day,” he said. The bleary-eyed passengers came from several different hotels but all converged at the airport to make their 5.51am flight on Saturday morning. “It was a shock for all of us,” Mr Mohamed said.
The Foreign Office has not changed its advice on Sharm el-Sheikh since the crash, advising the 900,000 Britons who visit Egypt each year that the resort is one of the country’s safest areas.

Aaron Thurgood, one of hundreds of British citizens living in the city, agreed and said he would be “very, very surprised” if the Islamic State had succeeded in smuggling an explosive onboard.
Mr Thurgood said he hoped the resort’s reputation would not be tarnished by its association with the crash. “A plane can go down anywhere int he world, it’s just one of those things.”
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The Kremlin has dismissed Britain’s decision to cancel flights as one based on speculation and economic Sabotage, with Russian flights to Sharm el-Sheikh continuing as normal. The resort is very popular with Russian and European holidaymakers.

It was reported earlier that 23 flights were due to arrive on Thursday from Russia and 46 from other Europen countries
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