The Cairo International Airport is located in Egypt, and it is one of the busiest airports in Africa. Consisting of four terminals, Cairo International handles both domestic and international flights. Travellers can move between terminals via a complimentary shuttle service provided by the airport or an automated people mover.
Business travellers may continue working on the go with facilities such as meeting rooms, computers, telephones and fax machines. Other lounge facilities include complimentary food and drinks, plush sofas and air conditioning, newspaper and magazine access, as well as televisions tuned to global news channels. Travellers may work in a conducive and quiet environment or just take a rest while waiting for their flight. There is also a post office open 24 hours a day if visitors wish to post letters or parcels. Envelopes, boxes and stamps may also be purchased there.
While in transit, travellers may check into one of the many hotels within the airport's vicinity to take a rest and freshen up. Bookings may be made in advance via the hotels' websites. There are complimentary hotel shuttle services to send travellers to and from the airport.
For handicapped travellers, wheelchairs are available for use at the airport. These passengers should also notify their respective airlines in advance to arrange for special assistance. Additionally, there are toilets within the airport fitted with railings to assist their movement.
There are many food and drink outlets, including international fast-food and coffee joints. Many are open 24 hours a day to cater to travellers at all times. Bars are also located at the airport for those who wish to relax and get a drink. One can also shop at Cairo Airport, for items such as clothing, books, magazines and shoes. Duty-free goods such as liquor and tobacco may also be purchased.
IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 31 July 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Cairo International Airport website for the latest update of the following information.