Business Class Flights to Cairo
Booking Business Class to Cairo
Business travellers searching for the best available fares on business class flights to Cairo will be able to find the flights that suit their needs with help from a member of the SkyClub team. SkyClub are a team that are comprised of a number of representatives who have had long-standing careers within the travel industry building up a wealth of knowledge as a result. Their industry expertise ensures that they have the capability to work with their clients on a personal level and search for the best business class flights which are suited to their client’s requirements.
|Airline||Cabins||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Egypt Air||/images/business.jpg’/>||Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester||CAI||3 per day||£1211|
|Air France||/images/business.jpg’/>||Heathrow||CAI||5 per day||£1292|
|Austrian Airlines||/images/business.jpg’/>||Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester||CAI||6 per day||£1057|
|Royal Jordanian||/images/business.jpg’/>||Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester||CAI||2 per day||£1486|
|British Airways||/images/business.jpg’/>||Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow||CAI||1 per day||£2198|
Flying Business Class to Cairo from the UK
Egypt Air, Air France, Austrian Airlines, Royal Jordanian and British Airways all provide business travellers with direct flights from the United Kingdom to Cairo. Business travellers flying on board aircrafts equipped with a Business Class cabin will have access to a range of amenities and products which enhance their flying experience.
The main point of entry into Cairo is Cairo International Airport, most business travellers flying directly from the United Kingdom will land here. Over 16 million passengers from around the globe pass through Cairo International Airport annually, making it Africa’s second busiest and biggest airport. Egyptair is the national carrier, with CAI as its hub. There are a total of three terminals with the most recent being opened back in 2009. Most airlines will land at Terminal 1 however there are free shuttle buses available that operate between the terminals. Flights from the United Kingdom operate from most of the major airports across the UK; airlines who provide business class flights typically operate from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Cairo is filled with a variety of famous attractions including the Giza Zoo which is located in front of the Four Seasons Hotel in Giza; it is said to be one of the oldest zoos that has been built in the world. Close to the Giza Zoo is the Al Orman Gardens; this is large park displaying a variety of flowers and trees and is a nice place to escape to, to enjoy some tranquillity. For something different, business travellers should try to take a ride along the Nile in a felucca; the ride is a relaxing and good way to enjoy Cairo. Feluccas can be found across from the Four Seasons Hotel. For those who may wish to indulge in the history of the city, the Pharaonic Village may be worth a visit. It showcases the history of Egypt and is approximately twenty minutes from the Downtown area.
There are a number of taxis available across Cairo that make travelling around the city a comfortable and easy experience. Bright yellow taxis are most commonly available upon reservation; however, they do occasionally pick up fares. Solid white taxis on the other hand offer business travellers air conditioning, run on natural gas, and are metered. These can be easily hailed from many streets across the city. The most common however, are the black and white taxis but it is recommended to use the bright yellow and solid white taxis.
Cairo offers business travellers a range of luxury hotels to use for accommodation whilst staying in the city, the Semiramis hotel is located on the River Nile and offers guests 10 restaurants to enjoy a range of cuisine from. Some of the features of the hotel include a rooftop fool and is within close proximity to the bazaars in the Old Cairo area and the Egyptian Museum. Another luxury hotel is the Marriot Cairo Hotel & Omar Khayyam caisson which is located in the city’s Zamalek area and is perfect for business travellers. Finally, there is the Kempinski Nile Hotel which is also located on the River Nile, on the east bank.