Cairo International Airport
Cairo International Airport is located 15 kilometers northeast of Egypt’s capital Cairo, near the Nile Delta area. The code of the busiest airport in country is known as CAI.
The airport was finally established in 1963 after replacing the former Heliopolis airport. The Civil Aviation who was responsible for managing named it King Farouk airport.
Cairo International Airport is served by more than 50 airlines. The flag carrier Egypt Air based in the airport offers flights on daily basic to various destinations in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and America.
The airport boasts three terminals, one of which is currently undergoing renovation, and special terminal for season flights. It has three runaways from 3.3 to 4km long and one helicopter pad. The parking area for taxi to Cairo International Airport outside the terminals covers around 87000 square meters. Passengers are welcome to book a taxi Cairo International Airport, have a seat at international chain restaurants (McDonald’s, Burger King, Starbuck’s) and bars (Bill Bentley’s) or rest at nearby hotels (Novotel, Le Passage, Fairmont) reachable by Airport taxi Cairo International Airport.
It is very easy to get from airport to the capital by shuttle, public bus 356 or Airport taxi Cairo International Airport. The journey lasts approximately one hour, cheap taxi is faster. Official taxi from Cairo International Airport have meter counter, taxi service charges about 50 Egypt currency.