london - It will apply from Wednesday as Britain is concerned until further notice cease and flown to the Egyptian resort of Sharm al- Sheikh. This has the British Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, confirmed Wednesday.
He said that it is quite possible that the Russian Airbus A321 with explosives crashed. All 224 passengers, mostly Russian tourists lost their lives.
It is a precaution that arises from the fear that a bomb was placed at the airport of Sharm al- Sheikh on the southern coast of the Sinai Peninsula in the Russian plane that crashed Saturday in northern Sinai. British experts were sent to the airport to investigate the security situation.