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El Alamein International Airport 

El Alamein International Airport is a key airport located near El Alamein, a coastal city situated on the Mediterranean Sea in northern Egypt. This airport serves as both a domestic and limited international airport, providing access to the beautiful Mediterranean coastline and historic World War II sites. Here’s an overview of El Alamein International Airport and some information about the surrounding area:

International Airport with IATA & ICAO Code:

Domestic and International Connectivity:

El Alamein International Airport primarily offers domestic flights connecting El Alamein to other Egyptian cities. While it may occasionally provide limited international flights, its primary focus is on domestic travel.

Airport Facilities:

The airport is equipped with various facilities to enhance the passenger experience, including baggage services, currency exchange, duty-free shopping, restaurants, and waiting areas. Travelers can expect modern amenities to make their journey comfortable.

Capital City:

Cairo, the capital city of Egypt, is located to the southeast of El Alamein.

Places of Tourist Sightseeing:

El Alamein is renowned for its historical and coastal attractions.
El Alamein War Cemetery: A solemn World War II memorial where soldiers from various nations are laid to rest.
El Alamein Military Museum: Explore the history of the Battle of El Alamein and the broader context of World War II.
Mediterranean Beaches: Relax on the beautiful Mediterranean beaches and enjoy the pleasant climate.

Religious Places:

El Alamein is not known for significant religious sites, but nearby areas in Egypt have mosques and churches of cultural and historical significance.
The currency used in Egypt is the Egyptian Pound (EGP).

Local Cuisines:

While El Alamein may not have a wide variety of local cuisines, visitors can enjoy traditional Egyptian dishes. Some popular options include koshari, falafel, shawarma, and a range of sweets and pastries. Traditional Egyptian tea and Arabic coffee are commonly served with meals.

Cultural Activities:

Explore the World War II history and visit the war cemetery and military museum.
Enjoy the Mediterranean coastline and its scenic beauty.
Visit local markets to experience the culture and purchase traditional handicrafts.

Transport Connectivity:


El Alamein’s population was estimated to be approximately 7,000.


Islam is the predominant religion in El Alamein and Egypt, with the majority of the population adhering to Sunni Islam. There is also a significant Coptic Christian minority.

Languages Spoken:

Arabic is the official language of Egypt and is widely spoken in El Alamein. Additionally, English and French are commonly used in the tourism industry and for business purposes.


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