Daily News Egypt
Abdel Razek Al-Shuwekhi
Ethiopia is expanding tourism infrastructure in light of economic growth, making it important East African country, says official
The Tourism Activation Authority (TAA), the Ministry of Tourism’s marketing arm, plans to organise a tourism week for Egypt in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, according to a Ministry of Tourism official.
The official said the aim of the tourism week is to boost cooperation between Egyptian and Ethiopian companies, especially in light of the growing economy of Addis Ababa.
He also said that the Egyptian Travel Agents’ Association (ETAA) will cover the accommodation costs for the companies wishing to participate in the event. The price is $155 for three days, on condition that the company covers 50% of the flight ticket. EgyptAir will, as a result, provide a discount for the remaining 50%.