UK ends four-year ban on Sharm El-Sheikh flights

The UK government is allowing the country’s airlines to restart flights to the Egyptian airport of Sharm El-Sheikh, almost four years after it banned services because of security fears.On Oct. 31, 2015 an Airbus A321 operated by Russian airline Metrojet crashed shortly after takeoff from the airport...

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