Cheap Flights to Cairo


Cairo is chaotic and overwhelming but it is also the most magnificent and beautiful. Explore the many attractions of this spectacular city on your visit. If you are looking for Cheap Flights from London to Cairo, here is your chance to save huge money on your flight bookings with Crystal Travel. Offering major discounts on flight tickets and attractive airfare deals, we are your preferred travel partner. With a list of leading airlines and cost-effective flights, we are your answer to best-value Flights to Cairo. Use our user-friendly and speedy search engine to enter your journey date and choose the airline most suitable to your schedule and budget.


Our travel agents work relentlessly to get Cheap flights London to Cairo in one of the main airlines operating between these destinations. Flights to Cairo land at Cairo international airport. With our best price guarantee, book Cairo flights to explore the best of this ancient city with its multi-faceted culture and architectural gems.



Things you should know


  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Cairo is 2,184 kilometres.
  • There are around 22 flights from London to Cairo in a week.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Cairo are Aegean Airlines, Ukraine Intl Air, SWISS, Alitalia, Lufthansa and MEA.
  • Airport codes flights from London to Cairo are London – LON / Cairo - CAI.
  • Estimated flying time from London to Cairo is 4 hours 40 minutes.



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About Cairo


Travelling to the city of Cairo can be an overwhelming experience. The desert heat, the noisy streets and the constant buzz of Cairo will leave even the most flexible traveller with a serious case of culture shock. The constant bombardment of street vendors and the chaotic way of life will joggle your senses. But take a deep breath. Be patient and take some time to relax over a cup of tea to wander the ancient streets and to watch the sunset over the mighty Nile River. Cairo reveals its treasures to its visitors slowly and you will be stunned by the sheer amount of experience that this city has to offer.



Best Time to Visit Cairo


The climate of Cairo varies greatly. It feels nice throughout the year except few hot weeks in summer with a very low chance of precipitation. The best time to visit Cairo is from March to April and from October to November because of the comfortable weather, fewer crowds and low hotel rates. Winter is the most popular time to visit the city because the days are warm and sunny while the evenings are cool and breezy. If you're planning to book Tickets to Cairo between December and February, expect it to be crowded with tourists. Find the best deals on hotels and accommodation during the summer season.


High Season: August is the most popular time to fly.


Low Season: October is the best time to beat the crowds.



Best Places to Visit in Cairo


Pyramids of Giza: It is the most popular attraction of Cairo and one of the original Seven Wonders of the World. More than 4,500 years old, these pyramids have stood the test of time.  There are three primary pyramids namely, the Great Pyramid of Khufu, Pyramid of Khafre and the Pyramid of Menkaure.


Egyptian Museum: Egyptian Museum contains more than 100,000 artefacts from ancient Egypt ranging from sarcophagi, jewellery, and pottery to sculptures and statues. It would take almost a year to explore the entire museum so we recommend sticking to a few prominent galleries.


Museum of Islamic Art: One of the most beautifully curated museums, Museum of Islamic Art holds one of the world’s finest collections of Islamic art and displays numerous objects including medical tools, astrolabes, carpets, illuminated Qurans, and headstones.


Al Azhar Mosque: One of Cairo’s earlier mosques, it was founded in AD 970 as the centrepiece of the newly created Fatimid city. The sheikh of this mosque is considered the highest theological authority for Egyptian Muslims. The structure is a blend of different architectural styles and a result of numerous enlargements over the years.


Salah El-Din Citadel: The most popular non-pyramid attraction in Cairo, the massive Salah El-Din Citadel was constructed in the late 1100s by Salah al-Din, the founder of the Ayyubid dynasty.  Also explore the three mosques located within its walls out of which the Mohamed Ali Mosque is the most popular site here.


Coptic Museum: Housing Coptic art from the earliest days of Christianity in Egypt, Coptic Museum was founded in 1908. A pretty place with elaborate woodcarving, the galleries exhibit sculptures from the Ptolemaic period, rich textiles and monastery frescoes.


Khan Al Khalili: To taste the best of Cairo's vibrant and chaotic side, make a trip to narrow streets of Khan el-Khalili.  This bustling market is a treasure trove of Egyptian jewellery, hookah pipes and spices, your go-to place for buying authentic Egyptian souvenirs.


Mosque-Madrassa of Sultan Hassan: The finest piece of early Mamluk architecture in Cairo, this mosque was built by Sultan Hassan between 1356 and 1363. He was the grandson of Sultan Qalaun who took the throne at the age of 13 and assassinated shortly before the mosque was completed.



Airports Serving London & Cairo


London: Served by six airports, London main airports include London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Out of these six, London Heathrow Airport is the largest airport with the maximum air traffic. Facilities at the airport features a Level 2 lounge, WiFi services, food courts, shops and restaurants. One can use public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle from the airport


Cairo: The busiest airport in Egypt, Cairo international airport serves as the primary hub for EgyptAir, EgyptAir Express and Nile Air. With three terminals, Terminal 1, 2 and 3, the airport facilities include an array of services and entertainment options for the travellers and visitors. It has numerous restaurants, shopping mall and lounges. 


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