Find the cheapest flight to Egypt

Egypt’s main international gateway is also Africa’s second busiest airport – Cairo International Airport (airport code CAI). It lies roughly 15 km from Cairo’s city center and is the main hub for EgyptAir.

For a complete list of the airlines serving Cairo along with their contact numbers, see this page. You can track flight arrivals here and flight departures here. An interactive map of the airport is here to help you get around. You will not go hungry at the Cairo airport – choose from the restaurants and cafes listed here. There is an internet cafe in Terminal 1. And if you are interested in a little posh treatment, you might opt for the Exclusive Services described here. Ground transportation choices are listed here and include a shuttle bus, a public bus, taxis or limousines.

Be sure to check the great deals on international airfare to Egypt, and then read through our Egypt Travel Guide to learn about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Egypt

When we talk about ancient Egyptian culture, we are talking about going back in time to roughly 3000 B.C. So it is not surprising that a visit to this big African country will give you a sense of history almost like no other. From the near-unbelievable majesty of the pyramids to the temples which remain to the fertile land surrounding the mighty Nile River, Egypt is a vast country worth spending some time exploring.