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International Airport von Kairo (CCE)


Kairo, Egypt

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Elevation: 7ft

UTC: -4 Hours

The city near the International Airport von Kairo (CCE) is Cairo, the capital of Egypt. Cairo is a bustling metropolis of over 20 million people, making it the largest city in Africa and the Middle East. The city is situated at the Nile River Delta and is home to some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, including the Giza Pyramids, the Sphinx, and the Cairo Citadel. Cairo is also home to several educational

Airport Directions

To get to Cairo International Airport (CCE) by car, you can take the Cairo-Suez highway and then the Cairo-Ismailia highway, which will cost about 40-50 Egyptian Pounds (EGP). By bus, you can take the EgyptAir Express Bus from Cairo’s Ramses Station, which costs around 20 EGP. To get to the airport by train, you can take the EgyptAir Express Train from Cairo Central Station, which costs around 50 EGP. Finally, to get to the airport by taxi, it will cost around 250-300 EGP.

Airport Terminals & Airlines

The International Airport von Kairo (CCE) has three terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2, and Terminal 3. Terminal 1 accommodates airlines such as Air France, Air Seychelles, Austrian Airlines, EgyptAir, Emirates, Etihad Airways, FlyEgypt, Germanwings, Jet Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, Saudia, Swiss International Airlines, TAP Portugal, and Turkish Airlines. Terminal 2 accommodates airlines such as Air Cairo, Air Italy, Alitalia, British Airways, Czech Airlines, Delta Air Lines, EgyptAir Express, Jazeera Airways, MEA, Pegasus Airlines, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian, Saudia, SunExpress, Turkish Airlines, and Vueling. Terminal 3 accommodates airlines such as Air Arabia Egypt, Air Cairo, Air Italy, FlyEgypt, Jazeera Airways, and Royal Air Maroc.

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The best way to get to Cairo International Airport (CCE) from the city center is by taxi or private car. Taxis are plentiful in the city and typically charge about $10-15 for the journey. You can also take a public bus from downtown Cairo, which costs around $1-2 depending on the route and number of stops. If you prefer to travel by public transport, you can take the Metro Line 2 from Al-Marg Station to the airport. The fare is around 6 Egyptian Pounds and the journey takes around 45 minutes.

Airport Lost & Found

The address for the lost and found at Cairo International Airport (CCE) is:Lost and FoundCairo International AirportTerminal 2Cairo, EgyptThe telephone number for the Lost and Found at Cairo International Airport (CCE) is: +20 2 2265 0000The opening hours for the Lost and Found at Cairo International Airport (CCE) are:Monday-Sunday 8:00am-6:00pm

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