Direct flights to Cairo

Crammed with history and ancient artifacts, Cairo is a popular tourist destination. Learn more about the city and find all direct flights here.

Cairo International Airport is the largest airport in Egypt. In total there are 117 airports with direct flights to Cairo from 58 different countries and 4 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for EgyptAir. You can easily reach Cairo with daily non-stop flights from 20 other major hubs like Jeddah (Saudia), Dubai (Emirates) and Istanbul (Turkish Airlines).

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Upon arrival, the choreographed chaos here hits you like a ton of bricks. It doesn't take long, however, to acclimatize to Cairo's wall of noise, snarl of traffic, cry of hawkers and blanket of smog, and get drawn into the hypnotizing charm of this pulsating metropolis. Head out west to Giza's famed pyramids and the time warp sets you back 4000 years.

These huge tombs built by thousands of workers are truly incredible with their awesome geometry and huge size. Also on the Giza plateau is the great Sphinx with the body of a lion and the head of a King – this amazing sandstone monument dates back to 2500 BC and is carved out of a single seam of stone.

Find a direct flight to Cairo

Cairo International Airport is the largest airport in Egypt with more than 100 direct connections to airports around the world. Take a look below to find some of the most popular routes, by following the links you can see all flight options from each airport.

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What not to miss in Cairo

A must-see for any visitor to Cairo is the wonderful Egyptian Museum which is literally crammed full with ancient Egyptian treasures. There is so much to see it may be even worth making several visits so you can take in the vast number of exhibits.

One of the highlights of the museum is the Tutankhamun exhibition with his death mask of solid gold on display. Other exhibits in the museum include the Royal Mummy Room, the exquisite treasures from the New Kingdom tombs and the enormous statue of Khafre.

Cairo is also home to some fascinating Islamic architecture and there are many superb tombs, temples and monuments to visit throughout the city. Try your hand at some bartering in one of the huge bazaars or relax in one of the many coffee houses and watch the world go by.

How do I find a cheap flight to Cairo?

Often low cost flights can be found if you travel on indirect flights with a transit or plane change on the way. To find the best deals on cheap flights to Cairo, Egypt, simply complete our flight search box and click to have the most competitive airfares at your fingertips. We recommend you book in advance for the cheapest flights to Cairo, however with airlines releasing offers throughout the year there are always great deals to be had on last minute flights too.

Climate and weather – what to expect

In Cairo, and along the Nile River Valley, the climate is a desert climate, but often with high humidity due to the river valley's effects. Wind storms can be frequent, bringing Saharan dust into the city during the months of March and April. High temperatures in winter range from 13 °C (55 °F) to 19 °C (66 °F), while night-time lows drop to below 8 °C (46 °F), often to 5 °C (41 °F).

In summer, the highs rarely surpass 40 °C (104 °F), and lows drop to about 20 °C (68 °F). Rainfall is sparse, but sudden showers do cause harsh flooding. In New Cairo, a place of higher elevation than downtown Cairo, the temperatures often drop below zero during winter causing morning frost.

Major airlines with daily flights to Cairo
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Yes, you can fly to Cairo (CAI) from New York (CAI) and Dulles (CAI).

There are 54 airlines with direct flights to Cairo. EgyptAir, Nesma Airlines and Nile Air are the most popular ones.

All 3 big alliances are flying to Cairo. Star Alliance, Oneworld and SkyTeam.

The IATA code is CAI and the ICAO code is HECA.

You can fly daily from 20 different airports hubs to Cairo. Including Jeddah & Riyadh with Saudia, Dubai with Emirates and Istanbul with Turkish Airlines.

Depends where you are flying from. It takes 13h 50min from Tokyo (NRT) and 55min from Asyut (ATZ).

There is 1 airport in Cairo with scheduled flights, Cairo International Airport, CAI.

It depends on where from and when you are flying. The average one-way ticket price according to our data is $315.
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