Cairo Airport

Cairo Airport is the primary hub for airline Egypt Air and the busiest airport in the whole of Egypt.  Located just fourteen miles away from the centre of Cairo, Cairo Airport is in a convenient position for tourists and locals alike.  The airport services over 11 million passengers every year from locations all over the globe.  With so many attractions located in or close to Cairo, the city makes for a fabulous tourist destination.


With the addition of a new terminal, Cairo Airport now has a wide selection of facilities available to passengers waiting for flights.  There are numerous eating options including cafes, bars and sandwich shops and there is also a good selection of shops including duty free which is available to international passengers.  Other facilities include ATMs, banks and currency exchange kiosks.  There is also a hotel onsite that includes business facilities.


There are three terminals at Cairo Airport.  The terminals are quite spaced out and so are connected by an airport shuttle.  Terminal three is predominantly used by Egypt Air and its partners whilst the terminals one and two service a variety of domestic and international flights.  Further information can be obtained from the information kiosks located in all terminals.

Getting To and From the Airport

Passengers landing at Cairo Airport have a number of options available to them when it comes to travelling into the city of Cairo.  There is a shuttle bus service which can take passengers into both Cairo and some of the other tourist destinations including the pyramids.  Other options include taxis (which can be very expensive), limousines and car hire Cairo Airport.  Car hire is a great option if you want to explore the surrounding areas and you can use the search facilities to compare the prices of the companies operating from the airport and book online.

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