Hurghada International Airport

Sep 29, 2016

The History of Hurghada International Airport

Hurghada International airport was established to increase tourism in the Red Sea area. It is not one of the top ten airports in terms of passenger traffic in Africa. Hurghada Airport has two terminals, namely, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Its primary traffic are all-inclusive resort passengers from Russia, Ukraine, and the Baltic states. The airport caters to airlines of all sizes, and In 2014 President Sisi inaugurated a new terminal that will help in modernizing the departure and arrivals of the passengers.

Hurghada International Airport Map

Information and Restrictions of Hurghada International airport

HEGN ICAO CODE

Lat/Long

 

N27-22.0/E033-40.1

Longest Hard Surface Runway (ft)

 

10049 x 98, 16/34

Elevation (ft)

 

49

Runway Surface

 

Asphalt

Fuel Available

 

JET-A ONLY

 
Current UTC

 

1:49:02 PM (+2.00)

Local Standard Time

 

 

For private jet charter to or from Hurghada International Airport call Icarus Jet on +1-888-277-7203 (24 Hours) or contact us Online.

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