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Aswan International Airport, also known as Daraw Airport and opened on May, 1956, is one of the busiest in Egypt regarding domestic flights. It also operates with charter flights to destinations in the Far East.
Official Website: eac-airports.com
Number of Terminals - 1 -
Airlines: Air Leisure, AlMasria Universal Airlines, EgyptAir, EgyptAir Express, Nile Air, Wings of Lebanon.
Annual passenger traffic: Around 337,000 passengers went through it in 2011.
Tel: +20 973 480 333. There are information desks and tourist offices inside the terminal.
The airport is located 16 km (10 miles) to the southwest of the city of Aswan.See Map
The nearest accommodations are found inside the city of Aswan, among them: Anakato Nubian Houses (Tel +20 973 451 745), B&B Saluga (Tel +20 102 158 8875), Tigana Hostel (Tel +20 100 848 7972), Takela Kato Guest House (Tel +20 100 848 7972), Hotel M/S Crown Emperor (Tel +20 238 543 222), Arti Ka (Tel +20 111 918 4405), Ekadolli Nubian Guesthouse (Tel +20 111 141 6243), Fadlos Anay Nubian Guesthouse (Tel +20 111 181 6561), Sehel House (Tel +20 111 626 2253), Kato Dool Nubian House (Tel +20 100 644 6462). Shuttle buses available from the airport.
The airport has ATMs, post office and Wi-Fi access.
Food and Drinks- Coffee shops and restaurants are available inside the terminal.
Shopping- There is a duty-free shopping area and souvenir stands.
Baggage- Secure luggage wrapping available. In case of missing baggage, head to the offices of the corresponding airline or the airport's information desk.
Other Services- Children's playground, mosques, medical clinic, smoking areas, pharmacies.
Taxi - Vehicles available outside the terminal. The trip to the city center takes approximately 30 minutes. It is advised to agree on a fare with the driver before boarding.
The enclosure offers covered parking spaces in front of the terminal building.
Passengers requiring special assistance or wheelchairs should inform their airline or travel agency about their particular needs in advance.
Latest updates: May 30, 2018