ETI, operating under the name Express Travel International GmbH based in Frankfurt, is a tour operator for sunny holiday destinations and is one of the largest Egypt holiday providers on the German market. Maja-Jennifer Köhl and Mohamed Samir started the tour operator ETI in 1998.

In the last 20 years, ETI has been know as one of the market leaders for holidays in Egypt and has now also successfully entered new holiday destination, including Tunisia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Morocco, Bulgaria and Croatia. The hotel portfolio comprises more than 2.000 hotels in eleven holiday countries. ETI has associated companies in Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania and RED SEA HOLIDAYS in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

ETI has a long tradition of supporting HEPCA, the Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association, to conserve ecosystems in Egypt and has signed the “Code Red” declaration to protect the Red Sea in 2015. Becoming a Futouris Member company is for ETI a valuable addition to its own sustainability strategy.

Sponsoring the following projects

Plastic-free holidays on Balearic Islands

Reducing the plastic waste generated by tourism and improving the recycling of unavoidable plastic waste on Balearic Islands – these are the goals of the industry project "Plastic-free holidays on the Balearic Islands" the Futouris members are implementing together with the Government of the Balearic Islands.

Reducing Food Waste at Red Sea Hotels

The quality management of Red Sea Hotels develops internal training materials based on the Sustainable Food Staff Trainings und adapts those onto the Egyptian context. After laying the fundamental understanding for sustainability, sustainable procurement and acting sustainably in the daily routine, the focus is on the avoidance and reduction of food waste.