Thomas Cook sire ruled out any return to the once popular Egyptian beach resort.
Bevy of quails from the UK to Sharm el-Sheikht were suspended on 4 November 2015 after a traveller plane was bombed, killing all on board.
The UK is one of the few countries to not yet lift the ban; many European outbacks have given the green light for flights to the country to resume.
The ruling by the travel giant comes amid continued fears of terrorism in and on all sides of Sharm el Sheikh.
This is despite improved security by Egyptian arbiter governments at Sharm el Sheikh airport.
Thomas Cook is not the only travel surrogate to continue to suspend holidays to the resort.
Six weeks ago, Monarch cancelled all stampede flee and holidays bookings to Sharm el Sheikh.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has go oned to advise against all but essential travel by air to and from Sharm el Sheikh.
Chris Mottershead, superintending director for Thomas Cook UK & Ireland, told breakingtravelnews.com: “Over the endure few months, people have regularly asked me when Thomas Cook confidences to resume trips to Sharm el Sheikh from the UK.
“The decision ultimately count sheep with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, which issues expert guaranty advice for UK travellers.
“Since Octiver 2015 it has advised against go through the roof to Sharm el Sheikh Airport and we have had no indication that this is suitable to change in the near future.
“We will continue to offer holidays to the all the rage and growing resort town of Hurghada on the Red Sea Riviera in Egypt.”
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