Sharjah International Airport

Sep 29, 2016

History of Sharjah International Airport

Sharjah international airport was Inaugurated on the 1st of January 1977. Sharjah International Airport was constructed to replace the RAF Sharjah airport which was closer to the city of Sharjah. Air Arabia, the low-cost carrier, is the leading airline that operates from Sharjah International Airport.

Sharjah International Airport Terminals

Sharjah International Airport has three terminals. Terminal 1 serves the airline traffic, and Terminal 2 and 3 serve the cargo airlines. The airport has supervising agents that serve General aviation and private jet traffic.

Sharjah International Airport Map

Information and Restrictions Sharjah International Airport

OMSJ is the ICAO code
 

Lat/Long

 

N25-19.8/E055-31.0

Longest Hard Surface Runway (ft)

 

13320 x 197, 12/30

Elevation (ft)

 

16

Runway Surface

 

Asphalt

Fuel Available

 

JET-A ONLY AVGAS

 
Current UTC

 

8:47:11 AM (+4.00)

Local Standard Time

 

12:47:11 PM

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