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Direct (non-stop) flights from Jeddah to Sharm El-Sheikh



King Abdulaziz International, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Terminal N

1h 43m, 530 miles

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Sharm El Sheikh, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt Terminal 1

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Boeing 737-800 (winglets) Passenger/BBJ2, Airbus A320
Flight time:
1h 43m
Route distance:
530 miles, 853 km

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All flight schedules from King Abdulaziz International, Saudi Arabia to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. This route is operated by 2 airline(s), and the departure time is between 13:00 - 14:30. The distance is 530 miles.

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Airports fact and comparison

King Abdulaziz International JED

King Abdulaziz International (JED) is the largest airport in Saudi Arabia and is based in Jeddah. You can fly to 119 destinations with 55 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

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Sharm El Sheikh SSH

Sharm El Sheikh (SSH) is the fourth largest airport in Egypt and is based in Sharm El-Sheikh. You can fly to 39 destinations with 20 airlines in scheduled passenger traffic.

Destinations from Sharm El Sheikh


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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

How long does a flight from Stockholm to Doha take, which airport is the busiest and to which terminal will I arrive? Here you can find answers to our most asked questions.

The flight between Jeddah (JED) and Sharm El-Sheikh (SSH) typically takes about 1 hour and 40 minutes.
There are 7 direct flights between Jeddah and Sharm El-Sheikh every week.
The flight numbers are MS668, SV325, SV3051 and XY577.
From Jeddah you will fly out from King Abdulaziz International (JED) and you will be landing at Sharm El Sheikh (SSH).
EgyptAir, Saudia, and Flynas all flyes the Boeing 737 on this route.
Three airlines. EgyptAir, Saudia and Flynas have non-stop flights to Sharm El-Sheikh.
Flights are arriving at terminal 1 in Sharm El-Sheikh (SSH). All flights to Sharm El-Sheikh are departing from terminal N or S at Jeddah (JED).
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