The Touat – Cheikh Sidi Mohamed Belkebir Airport is a public airport located near Adrar Town in the North African nation of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Algeria. This airport is at a distance of 11 kilometers to the south-east of Adrar Town and the capital of the Adrar Province which is the second largest region of Algeria.
This airport is owned and operated by EGSA Alger, which is an airport management services establishment of the government of Algeria operating a total number of 18 airports within this country. Situated at an elevation of 919 feet above mean sea level, the Touat – Cheikh Sidi Mohamed Belkebir Airport is serving Adrar Town and this culturally important central Algerian agricultural region, based around an oasis of the Sahara Desert. An ancient town, Adrar is considered to be very beautiful and includes many historic monuments from the past that are a major tourist attraction. The Touat – Cheikh Sidi Mohamed Belkebir Airport is quite small, however, useful with few domestic and international flights connecting to strategic regional locations like Algiers and Madrid.
This airport is having a single passenger terminal with basic passenger convenience functional utilities as per aviation norms offering services to the travelers passing through this facility. It is also equipped with a 9,843 feet long asphalt surfaced runway suitably catering to a variety of flight movements. A few private taxis and car rental services are readily available outside the Touat – Cheikh Sidi Mohamed Belkebir Airport for passengers wanting to drive downtown, and which is also providing complementary hotel shuttle services for guests seeking accommodation, on demand.