BEDAWI works inbound only and we do not provide flights. Nowadays it is easy to book your ticket online and choose the flight that's best for you. For flights to South Sinai you search for: Sharm El Sheikh (SSH) or Taba (TCP).
If there are no direct flights operating you can opt to fly via Istanbul (IST) to Sharm El-Sheikh or via Cairo (CAI) to Sharm El-Sheikh with a conecting domestic flight. Egypt Air offers a good and regular service from many cities via Cairo to Sharm El-Sheikh and other airlines to check for a domestic flight are Nile Air, Air Cairo and FlyEgypt.
There is no working ferry between Hurghada <> Sharm El-Sheikh so do not buy tickets online from anyone.
The lisence is now given to a company from the United Arab Emirates and we hope they will offer this ferry service in the future.
Turkish Airlines offers a good and regular service from many cities via Istanbul to Sharm El-Sheikh.
You check for direct touristic flight to Sharm El-Sheikh from your country with these airlines:
Armenia Air Cairo, FlyArna
Austria Wizz Air (from 24/01/2024)
Azerbaijan Air Cairo, Azerbijan Airlines
Belgium TUI Belgium
Finland TUI Finland seasonal
France Transavia seasonal (Paris/Orly)
Georgia Air Cairo
Jordan Jordan Aviation
Kyrgystan Avia Traffic
Latvia Air Baltic, Air Moldova, Icelandair
Lithuania Air Moldova, Al Masria Universal Airlines, Avion Express, Heston Airlines
Netherlands Transavia seasonal (Amsterdam/Schiphol)
Norway TUI Norway seasonal
Poland Enter Air, Icelandair
Russia Aeroflot Russian Airlines, Azimuth, Azur Air
Saudi Arabia Etihad Airways
Sweden TUI Sweden
United States Air Cairo (Houston only)
Also check websites offering travel packages (ticket + hotel), they can be a low-cost option. When you book a travel package and you want to travel with BEDAWI for a short trip or a travel program, you are most welcome.
We will pick you up at your hotel and bring you back afterwards. Marhaba!
Getting around in Egypt means covering substantial distances. Booking national flight tickets is straightforward with Egyptair, at one of their offices or online, as the state carrier has a virtual monopoly on national flights but you can also check out Nile Air, Air Cairo and Fly Egypt.
If you can not spare the time or simply hate long bus rides, the best way to get around is by air or by hiring a car with a trusted driver. (For single travelers this is probably too expensive unless they can share a car.) In Sinai cars often need to obtain permissions the day before from the Tourism Police (for extra costs), so avoid last minute travel.