Cheap flights from Sialkot to Sharjah

Flight information Sialkot to Sharjah

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

AED 1,233

Non-stop airline


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 2013 kilometers

3h 20min

Most popular airline last month

Air Arabia


1 airport

Travelers looking to catch flights from Sialkot to Sharjah will be able to make the journey nonstop which makes things a lot more convenient. The two airlines currently provide direct flights from Sialkot to Sharjah are Air Arabia and Pakistan International Airlines.

* This information is correct as of February 2019

Airport Information - Arriving

Sharjah International Airport is located 15 km from central Sharjah and is made up of a single passenger terminal. The most popular way to travel into the city is by taxi, although there is also an airport bus available which shuttles back and forth from the airport and Sharjah city center. Alternatively, several international car rental agencies can be found at the airport if you plan on exploring the region by car. The airport is relatively small but offers everything you would need for a pleasant experience. If you are feeling hungry you can head to the food court which hosts many leading fast food chains, while there is also a duty-free shopping area and other travel stores. Travelers can also connect to the airport’s free Wi-Fi network.

Airport Information - Departing

Sialkot Airport is set within a single passenger terminal and is located around 20 km from the city center. Amenities and facilities at the airport are relatively lacking but all of the essentials are there for travelers. You can visit the airport restaurant and café to enjoy a hot meal or a drink, or pass the time exploring the souvenir and convenience stores to pick up anything you might need before your journey. Alternatively, consider staying in the CIP airport lounge for a more premium airport experience.

What to Expect in Sharjah

There are plenty of hotels in Sharjah catering for every budget. Sharjah is one of the lesser-known travel destinations in the UAE offering a more cultural and serene experience compared to the hustle and bustle of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. If you're a Pakistani national traveling to the UAE, you’ll have to have a visa so make sure you go through the visa process before your trip. The weather in Sharjah is very hot over the summer with average highs reaching 40 degrees and stays warm across the rest of the year. While the city does have a public bus network, you can just as easily rely on taxis or you can visit one of the rental companies at the airport to get your own vehicle. The time zone in the UAE is just one hour behind Pakistan and the local currency is the United Arab Emirates dirham.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.