News24 - Monday 27th February, 2017
The officials say the postponement was made at the request of leaders of the tourism sector who warned that introducing the higher charges now - from $25 up to $60 - would further hurt the struggling sector as the off-season approaches.
The officials spoke late on Saturday on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to brief the media.
Egypt's vital tourism industry has been decimated after Islamic militants downed a Russian airliner over the Sinai Peninsula in October 2015, killing all 226 people on board.
The sector has, however, shown signs of slow recovery since the beginning of the year.
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