Airport Directions - Trains to Sharm el Sheikh International Airport
Sharm el Sheikh Airport is out in the desert near Ras Nasrani. The resort itself was originally a fishing village, now transformed into an ultra-smart purpose built holiday village. There are no train services to or from the airport but there are a few public transport alternatives available. Most people fly in on package holidays and head straight for their air-conditioned hotel courtesy buses.
Airport Directions - Buses to Sharm el Sheikh Airport
There are no public bus services from Sharm el Sheikh Airport. But there’s a regular minibus service that runs between the airport and the resort. Head outside the terminal and you’ll find it easily enough. The bus sets off every time it fills up, so there isn’t a timetable as such. Once you’re safely on board the journey takes about twenty minutes – a good way to adjust yourself to the heat and marvel at the bleak desert scenery.
Airport Directions - Driving to Sharm el Sheikh International Airport Sharm El Sheikh Airport sits just off the major road that hugs the coastline to Sharm El Sheikh. You really can’t miss it; about twenty minutes drive from the resort centre. You can also travel between Sharm El Sheikh Airport and resort by taxi, but take care. You’ll need to run the gauntlet of a crowd of extremely insistent taxi drivers, all determined that you choose their cab. Always agree a price before you set off and don’t pay more than 40 Egyptian pounds to get to or from the city centre. If you don’t watch it you could find yourself in a tourist taxi, an expensive option because they charge double – or more - the usual price! You’ll find car hire facilities at the airport; Thrifty. Avis, Morgana Trade Centre, Budget and Noama Bay. For more useful stuff, click to the relevant directline-flights pages, including Sharm el Sheikh Airport parking and Sharm el Sheikh International Airport hotels. Book flights to Sharm el Sheikh with directline-flights.