Change to Egypt Travel Advice

The Forgein Office no longer advise against all but essential travel to Luxor. They are also no longer advising British nationals without a pressing need to be in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez to leave by commercial means.

Since 28 January it has been recommended that those without a need to travel to Luxor avoid the area. However, based on the improved situation on the ground, it has been judged by the Forgein Office that it is now safe for British Nationals to travel there. The situation has been monitored but authorities in Cairo and Luxor. Given that the situation in Luxor is now calm and the city is functioning normally, the advice has now been changed to reflect this.

The Foreign Office is still advising against all but essential travel to Cairo, Alexandria and Suez. However in light of the improved situation on the ground after the resignation of President Mubarak, it is no longer advised that British nationals without a pressing need to be in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez to leave by commercial means.

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