Assiut International Airport
The new passenger building was opened at Assiut Airport in 2011 to become the airports capacity a million and a quarter passengers annually. Development work included the construction of an air monitoring tower with a height of 35 meters and a power station, a ground tank to store water and green spaces with an area of 20 thousand square meters,
• The new building, built on a flat area of 20 thousand square meters with a capacity of 800 passengers / hour, consists of the ground floor that includes a travel hall and a "international and local" arrival hall, 8 counters to complete the travel procedures, and 6 double counters for passports and international access, and duty free shops Cafeterias and administrative offices for passports and security, airlines and tourism, and two travel and arrival gates, as well as 3 electronic belts for travel and arrival, it also includes administrative offices for the airport, a meeting and training hall, a cafeteria area, a restaurant, a smoking room and a basement floor, where there are loading areas, belts, the camera control room and the central control area A tunnel aggregate of facilities and lanes for baggage traffic
Sharm El Sheikh International Airport
Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport is an international airport 23 km from Sharm El-Sheikh, formerly known as Al-Afia International Airport, and it is one of the giant tourist airports, as it was received by the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority (now the Ministry of Civil Aviation) after the rest of the occupied Sinai lands in April. 1982 for its civil administration, and had a simple prefabricated building divided into one travel hall and another for arrival and could accommodate 150 passengers / hour and headquarters for 4 medium aircraft
Taba International Airport
Taba International Airport is one of the airports that was handed over to the Civil Aviation Authority (currently the Ministry of Civil Aviation) in Sinai after April 25, 1982 AD for its civilian administration, and despite its opening to the international air transport movement after its reception, it was used only by the United Nations peacekeeping forces stationed on the borders of Egypt and Israel. The airport is located about 37 km northwest of Taba.
Hurghada International Airport
Hurghada International Airport is the international airport of Hurghada in Egypt. It is located inland, 5 km (3.1 mi) southwest of El Dahar, the downtown of Hurghada. It is the second busiest airport in Egypt after Cairo International Airport and important destination for leisure flights mainly from Europe.
The airport is currently features two passenger terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Construction of the new terminal complex was finished in 2015 at a cost of $335 million, which was mainly financed by the Arab Fund for Economic Development. The new terminal of Hurghada Airport able to host up to 13 million visitors annually. The project was inaugurated by President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on December 17, 2014. The new terminal has a total area of 92,000 square meters on 3 levels. The departure hall has 72 check-in counters and 20 departure gates.
Luxor International Airport
Luxor International Airport (IATA: LXR, ICAO: HELX) is the primary airport that serves the city of Luxor, located 6 km east of the city, and in May 1946 the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority took over this airport, the air control center and the meteorological station from the English military authority, Because of the importance of this airport because it is located in the most important archaeological area in the world, the authority has carried out successive development operations for it in order to prepare it to receive tourists from different parts of the world