Booking flights online from Kuwait to Cairo

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    About Kuwait

    Kuwait is a country in Western Asia, and is located near the head of the Arabian Gulf. The country has a sizeable population of expatriates, with expats accounting for 70 percent of the population. It is known for its diverse and tolerant religious views. The country primarily comprises a dry, arid desert, leading to intensely hot summers and chilly winters. Kuwait was the first country in the world to use desalination plants for large-scale public use. It primarily relies on the water obtained from these plants for drinking and domestic use. The country does not have any permanent rivers.

    About the Kuwait airport

    Kuwait International Airport serves the Kingdom of Kuwait and is the only airport in the country. It is located 15.5 km from the city center, in the Farwaniya suburb. The airport is a hub for Jazeera Airways and Kuwait Airways. It is home to the Al Mubarak Air Base, which comprises the headquarters of the Kuwait Air Force and the Kuwait Air Force Museum. The airport currently handles more than 9 million passengers every year.

    Kuwait airport address

    Kuwait International Airport,
    Gazali Expressway, Kuwait,
    Telephone: +20 2 22655000

    About Cairo

    Cairo is one of the largest cities in Africa and the Middle East. It is the capital city of Egypt. The city was referred to by the Greek historian Herodotus as ‘the Gift of the Nile’, on account of the crucial role played by the river in the development of the Egyptian civilization. Modern-day Cairo is a bustling tourist center with several up-market shopping malls and trendy restaurants. Traditional Egyptian food is piquant and delicious, and is found abundantly in the several stalls and restaurants that line Cairo’s streets.

    About the Cairo airport

    Cairo International Airport is the busiest airport in Egypt. The airport is located in Heliopolis, 15 km from the city center. It occupies an area of 37 sq km, and is the second-busiest airport in Africa. The airport has three terminals. Most international airlines arrive at Terminal 1. Terminal 2 has seven boarding gates and serves European, Gulf and East Asian airlines. Terminal 3 was launched in 2009 and can handle 11 million passengers every year. The airport also has a seasonal flight terminal.

    Cairo airport address

    Cairo International Airport,
    Airport Rd, مصر الجديدة، Cairo Governorate 11432, Egypt,
    Telephone: +20 2 22655000

    What is the frequency of Kuwait to Cairo flights

    The frequency of flights between Kuwait and Cairo is very good with 56 flights operating on this route. Before you plan your next getaway, make sure to look up Musafir.com for the best deals on Kuwait to Cairo flights.

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