Marsa Alam International Airport


13 June 2020

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It was officially opened in Octo-ber 2003 with a capacity of 600 passengers per hour – it is an international airport located 60 km from the heart of Marsa Alam in the northern direction in the Red Sea Governorate.

It was established with the aim of serving the coastal region in the south of the Red Sea from the city of Quseir to the city of Marsa Alam, with a length of 120 km. The airport is 34 nautical miles northwest of Marsa Alam City, and 210 km south of Hurghada

It is considered the first airport run in BOT style for forty years after concluding an agreement with the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority.

This airport was originally created to support the increasing tourism movement in the Red Sea region – and it is active in aircraft traffic coming from Italy, Germany, France and Eng-land.

The airport includes a 5,000 square meter passenger building that includes bag belts, security devices, passenger facilities, offices for workers, authorities, airlines, banks, and flight information advertising systems, control tower, fire fighting building, navigational aids, meteorological devices.