New Direct Flights to Marsa Alam for blue o two Liveaboards
Leading liveaboard specialists blue o two have announced the commencement of new direct flights to Marsa Alam, minimising transfer times to Port Ghalib to join their flagship vessel M/Y blue Horizon (pictured above) for its southern Red Sea itineraries.
Journey time is reduced by almost 4 hours as Port Ghalib is situated just a short 10-15 minute drive away from Marsa Alam airport. Deep south itineraries include the legendary St John's national park, Fury Shoal and the spectacular Elphinstone reef.
Direct flights into Marsa Alam will be offered from April 2018 onwards, initially from London Gatwick but subsequently from Birmingham, a great central airport with fantastic amenities, easily accessible from both the north and south of the UK.
The new programme for M/Y blue Horizon also includes a range of departure days and the 2018 schedule is as follows:
5th – 19th April 2018 – Trips aboard M/Y blue Horizon will depart on a Thursday from Port Ghalib
The following direct flights will be available on a Thursday:
London Gatwick (LGW) to Marsa Alam (RMF)
30th April – 22nd October 2018 – Trips aboard M/Y blue Horizon will depart on a Monday from Port Ghalib
The following direct flights will be available on a Monday:
Birmingham (BHX) to Marsa Alam (RMF)
To ensure that blue o two's exemplary customer service standards are met, the new flights into Marsa Alam will still include the VISA Meet & Greet service, plus transfers into Port Ghalib. Guests will also receive Last Day Hotel Use at The Marina Lodge in Port Ghalib, including access to the beach, pool and luggage storage area to help bring your holiday with blue o two to a perfect conclusion before a short transfer back to the airport.
Over the years, blue o two have always endeavoured to listen to feedback from guests, and they are confident that the brand new Marsa Alam flights, significantly reduced transfer times and departure airport options will allow their divers to enjoy yet another level of improved and diverse service in the Egyptian Red Sea.