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Marsa Alam Airport: Soaring to new heights

Marsa Alam Airport, located in the southern Egyptian Red Sea has undertaken a number of measures to enhance its connectivity and capacity, benefiting both passengers and airlines alike.

Marsa Alam Airport now boasts a network of 29 airlines operating flights to 42 destinations across 15 countries, offering travellers greater choice and convenience when planning their journeys. Furthermore, the airport’s growing number of carriers and routes has resulted in its full recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Among the new routes are flights to Graz in Austria, operated by Eurowings, and Bydgoszcz in Poland, by Enter Air. These additions not only grow Marsa Alam’s portfolio of destinations but also cater to the growing demand for travel to the vibrant resort city of Port Ghalib in Marsa Alam.

Marsa Alam Airport has also undertaken a major upgrade of its runway, making it capable of accommodating wide-body aircraft. This enhancement meets the evolving needs of the airport’s airline partners and passengers. It opens up new possibilities for increased passenger traffic and supports the growing popularity of Port Ghalib as a premier destination.

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