Alexandria International Airport
An-Nozha Airport or Alexandria International Airport is an international airport about 6 km from the city center of Alexandria in the southeastern direction. The airport is of great importance to Alexandria as the second largest city in Egypt after the capital, Cairo. The construction of the Nozha airport dates back to 1947, the area of the airport's land is about 650 acres, and receives small and medium aircraft and private planes, the airport consists of a passenger terminal that contains two halls, one for travel and the second to arrive, the offices of airlines operating at the airport, and many other services such as banks and cafeterias, include the airport and includes an air cargo lounge, and a duty-free building, and includes Also the Alexandria Paragliding Club.
Borg Al Arab International Airport
Borg Al Arab International Airport is an international airport about 49 km from Alexandria in the southwestern direction, and about 14 km away from the new Borg El Arab city in the eastern direction. Alexandria International Airport has been established that its corridors cannot bear the large planes of Sebkha nature, in addition to the presence of obstacles from buildings that violate the elevation rights around the airport. The land area of the airport is about 43,669 square meters, and is surrounded by a wire fence of 914 meters long.
Cairo International Airport
Sphinx international airport
Sphinx International Airport, is an international airport established in 2016 in Giza, west of Cairo, Egypt. It is located on the Cairo-Alexandria Desert Road at 45 km. The airport was established with the aim of relieving pressure on Cairo International Airport and raising pressure and density from the heart of Cairo, as this airport serves the Sheikh Zayed region and the sixth of October and some governorates such as Beni Suef, Fayoum and others. The airport targets small aircraft and medium-sized aircraft with an average passenger capacity of 150 passengers
Marsa Matruh International Airport
Marsa Matruh Airport, is an international airport that serves the city of Marsa Matruh, the airport also includes a military base. Away from the city about 2 km in the southwest direction, and it is among the airports that the British Army handed over to the Aviation Authority in 1954.
Companies and airlines:
Egypt Air Express (Cairo).