Taba International Airport
Taba International Airport (IATA: TCP, ICAO: HETB) is an international airport located near Taba, Egypt.
The airport was constructed by Israel during its occupation of the Sinai following the Six Day War. Known as the Etzion Air Force Base, it was restored to Egyptian control in 1982 but only opened for commercial passenger flights in November 2000 when the facilities were overhauled.
Type: Airport (Aerodrome, Airfield)
Latitude: 29°35’16″N (29.587778)
Longitude: 34°46’41″E (34.778056)
Datum: WGS 1984
Elevation: 2415 ft (736 m)
Longest: 13123 × 148 ft (4000 × 45 m), paved
Time Zone: UTC+2 (DST+3)