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Cheap business class flights to Cairo

Cheap business class flights to Cairo offer travelers the chance to take a luxurious journey while still keeping their wallets full. For many, booking a ticket in advance is essential for getting the bargain fare they want. The combination of comfort, convenience and affordability make it easier than ever to traverse the world’s most ancient cities in comfort and style. Whether attending an important business meeting or starting an epic adventure, cheap business class flights to Cairo provide something for everyone. From organized tours of the Pyramids to shopping along the banks of the Nile River, Cairo has plenty for curious tourists as well as serious business people alike. Grab your ticket today and experience all that Egypt has to offer!

Cairo: the third largest and second-most populated city on the entire African continent. Capital of Egypt (not during 3100 and 2686 BC when Memphis was the capital), Cairo has seen, and taken part in, much of the world’s history. Nicknamed The City of a Thousand Minarets” because of the many minarets (minarets are towers built into or beside mosques) that line the city, Cairo is a mesmerizing destination for all.

Useful Tips for Traveling to Cairo

Umm al-Dunya

You may hear locals refer to Egypt as Umm al-Danya. This is how to speak about the city in advanced Egyptian colloquial Arabic; its literal translation is “mother of the world.” Don’t feel obligated to call it that while you’re there, all also recognize Egypt as its official name.

Return to Roots

Argued to be one of the birthplaces of modern civilization, Cairo has much to connect us back to history. Take the Babylon Fortress for instance, the oldest structure in Cairo rumored to date back to the 6th Century. Cairo was also rumored to have hosted the Holy Family, The Virgin Mary, Joseph, and Jesus. They were believed to have stopped into Saint Sergius and Bacchus Church (Abu Serga) many hundreds of years ago. Visit these places and step into the past.


Cairo has a booming metro system. It is, in fact, one of only two metros in all of Africa (the other is in Algiers). The Cairo metro erupted in 1987 and now has 65 stations, including a women-only cart. Hop on and see the city!

What To Do in Cairo Cairo International Stadium Soccer, or football as it is called there, is by far the most popular sport in Egypt. Two bullheaded rivals often play each other in Cairo’s International Stadium and things can get pretty rowdy. If you’re a sports fan or just like a good cultural experience, go see Ahly SC and Zamalek SC play the Clasico El-Arab derby if you have the chance.

Khan El Khalili

Cairo is home to one of the world’s largest bazaars. Khan El Khalili is an unforgettable sensory experience for both locals and tourists. Stroll the stalls and open your eyes, ears, and nose to the sights, sounds, and scents of this magical marketplace. Perfect for souvenir-hunting.


Cairo enjoys many festivals every year. These exciting events span over wide ranges of focuses: food, fashion, film, music, culture, arts of all varieties. Try to find festivals before you go, they’re worth weaving into your schedule.

What NOT to do in Cairo

Wear Inappropriate Clothing

Cairo is located in a Muslim country. While it is impressively hot, being scantily clad is a big no-no in Egypt. Pack loose, light clothing that will keep you covered from the sun without inviting heat exhaustion.

See Sites Without a Tour Guide

While seeing the pyramids and Abu Simbel is entirely possible without a tour guide, your trip will be greatly improved by hiring one. As mentioned, Cairo has a history that dates back thousands of years. Consider a guide who has been educated and trained in the delivery of such history. Having a walking encyclopedia might not be a bad idea…

Forget to Tip

Tips are customary for most services in Egypt. They are referred to as “baksheesh.” Leave a small baksheesh in your hotel room after it’s been cleaned or hand it to a taxi driver after they’ve dropped you at your destination.

Main International Airports

Cairo International Airport offers business class flights.

Best Time to Visit Cairo

To avoid the sweltering summer heat, anytime between October and April are the best times to visit Cairo. If you’re interested in checking out flights.

Flying Time from United States to Cairo

Capital to capital, a flight from U.S. to Cairo is usually more than 10 hours on most commercial airliners, with connecting flights of course. If you’re keen on flying straight there then Voyagu can help find whichever business class flight most conveniences you.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Cairo

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Cairo.  Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • Air Canada.