Luxor International Airport
Luxor International Airport is placed 6 kilometers to the east from Luxor, one of the popular destinations in Egypt. The airport code is LXR.
The airport was founded in 2003 to serve resorts of Southern Egypt. After few years of expansion and upgrades to meet increasing traffic, it transformed into the fourth biggest airport in country.
There are 14 domestic and international air carriers mostly operating charter flights in high tourist season. Austrian Airlines offer frequent service to Vienna, Thomas Cook Airlines to Brussels and London, Arkefly to Amsterdam.
The airport features one terminal, runaway 3km by length and stand for Airport taxi Luxor International Airport. It also provides parking areas for taxi to Luxor International Airport. Restaurants and cafés serve international cuisine outside terminals. Nearby hotels are represented by Sheraton and Luxor resorts reachable by Airport taxi Luxor International Airport.
The airport is easy to reach by bus running around 30 minutes from city center and cheap taxi. Passengers with luggage should take an official taxi from Luxor International Airport. The 15-minutes taxi Luxor International Airport ride starts from 50 Egypt currency, better to negotiate taxi service fare before boarding.