= Cheapest round-trip flights
* Prices are round trip per person (conditions apply)
When you are planning a trip from Cairo to the destination of your choice, use ebookers.com to find the best deals on flights from the many major airlines that serve the Cairo International Airport. Located approximately fourteen miles from downtown Cairo, the trip from the city's centre to the airport takes around forty-five minutes. Cairo is a vast city, so leave time for potential traffic snags when planning your trip.
There are several parking lots available to travellers at Cairo International Airport that offer short-term and long-term options. Located in the Departure and Arrival Halls, short-term spaces run as low as EGP 5 per hour, and the lot offers over 3610 spaces for patrons. Save money on your flight with ebookers and use some of your savings to upgrade to VIP parking for a quicker and more pleasurable experience.
To get to the airport from Cairo, your options include taxis, limousine services, public buses, or private vehicles. Taxi ride fares are negotiable and should average around 40 to 50 LE. The limousine service includes rides in luxury sedans, small buses, and various midsized cars. Rates range from EGP 45 to EGP 65 for travel to and from the heart of town. Public transportation is available and connects to the airport’s free shuttle bus system. Buses run every half hour and cost LE 2.
Cairo International Airport is the second largest airport in Africa. You’ll find a wide selection of restaurants at International Food Court, including Oriental, Asian, and Western cuisine. Burger King, Hippopotamus, and Upper Crust all have locations in the airport. There are a number of lounges and retail shops to serve travellers who want to relax or shop. The airport is consistently rated as one of the best in Africa because of its focus on positive customer experiences. Wherever you are planning to fly, take advantage of offers from ebookers.com for great prices on flights and fares from Cairo International Airport.
Bangkok Airport only opened in 2006 but it is already home to internationally renowned airlines such as Bangkok Airways. The airport is located 25 kilometres from central Bangkok and is connected to Bangkok by bus, rail and road. There is a free airport shuttle to the Public Transportation Centre from which travellers can take a variety of buses to Bangkok. The non-stop Express line is the quickest train to central Bangkok. Other commuter trains are slower. Taxis are also available as is car hire - a convenient option for those looking to get on motorway no. 7 that connects the airport with Bangkok.
Flights Bangkok open up a world of exploration in a fantastic city with so much of its life taking place on the street. The tiny lanes of Chinatown are fascinating places to explore where visitors can come across Chinese opera performances. The city is full of contrasts with air-conditioned modern shopping malls rubbing shoulders with 200 year-old village homes and golden Buddhist temples. Tall ultra-modern skyscrapers look down on streets lined with food carts. The streets of Bangkok are some of the best in the world for food, offering a dazzling range of Thai and international cuisines. The city is home to a number of Buddhist temples. Wat Pho has the world's largest reclining Buddha as well as Thailand's largest collection of Buddha images. The impressive reclining Buddha is 15 metres high and 46 metres long and finished in gold leaf with mother-of-pearl ornaments.
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