Al Alamain International Airport Zone’s expansive land is available for the development of both bonded and non-bonded activities. The Airport Zone offers investors multiple partnership and investment opportunities – aviation related and beyond.
With the rapid pace of industrial developments taking place along the Egyptian northern coastline, the region is forecasted to experience significant economic growth over the upcoming decade, making it an ideal location for future investments.
Al Alamain International Airport lies on a key aeronautical gateway into Egypt and Africa and is a mere 2.5-hour flight to/from Central Europe. The airport is well-positioned to capture international passenger traffic bound for the Egyptian Mediterranean coastline – one of Egypt’s prominent beachside destinations. The airport’s strategic location offers commercial carriers a unique opportunity to provide travelers with direct access to the rapidly developing Egyptian North Coast while conveniently linking tailored bus services to destinations such as Alexandria, Marsa Matruh and the Siwa Oasis.
Today, the airport’s passenger terminal has a capacity of 600 PAX/hour while the runway and apron are designed to accommodate aircraft up to Boeing 747s. Moreover, the Airport Zone’s expansive land enables for future terminal and apron expansions to accommodate for projected traffic growth.
Al Alamain International Airport is the logical alternative to serve low cost carriers based in the Gulf and other neighbouring countries looking to carry international passengers to Alexandria and other seasonal destinations.
The airport is in the unique position of being able to offer flexible rates and tailored services to both domestic and international carriers.
The Egyptian North Coast, a booming summer destination, is uniquely situated less than 10km from the airport, making it the closest airport to this prime developing region. The recent rise of high-end beachside hospitality developments is set to generate additional tourist traffic, business traffic and private aviation activity.
Al Alamain International Airport uniquely provides general aviation clients - including charter carriers and executive jets - with customisable experiences at the airport, offering everything from VVIP services to extended aircraft housing.
Al Alamain International Airport’s total allocated land is a highly-attractive 64 square kilometres, 45 square kilometres of which are non-bonded, unutilized and currently available for an extensive range of investment opportunities including logistics, commercial, agricultural, industrial and touristic development projects.
The airport also possesses 19 square kilometres of bonded land, of which 15 square kilometres are to be developed into logistics and light industrial parks serving corporations with significant import/export activities.
The North Coast has taken a long-awaited front seat in the Egypt’s development and recovery plan with the government playing an active role in promoting an array of investment opportunities to both local and foreign investors. The area is projected to experience everything from touristic and hospitality developments to the creation of new industrial and agricultural zones.
Al Alamain International Airport sits on a key aviation gateway into Africa, offering a unique opportunity for investors to establish (1) airline hubs for passenger traffic, (2) logistics and light manufacturing hubs for Africa-bound goods and products, and (3) sea-to-air and air-to-sea bonded cargo transit links leveraging the airport’s close proximity to sea trade hubs in the Suez Canal and Alexandria regions.
Africa as a whole is beginning to feel the impact of focused investment and trade strategies with increasing foreign direct investments by significant trade partners, establishing importance to the continent’s long-term advancement. Locating investment activity in a bonded zone with direct access to air trade routes could be of benefit to many businesses seeking to develop their regional operations.