Booking flights online from Medina to Cairo

    Visiting international destinations used to be quite a painstaking and expensive proposition, owing to the traditionally high cost of flight tickets. Not anymore. Several airlines are now offering a number of convenient, low-cost international flight tickets between major cities. Make sure to check these out on Musafir.com, to find a cheap international air ticket that works the best with your budget and preferences.

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    About Medina

    Medina is a city located in the Hejaz region of Saudi Arabia. It is also the capital of the Al Madinah Region. The name Medina or Madinah translates as ‘radiant city’. It is famous for being home to the Al-Masjid an-Nabawi mosque, which is the burial place of the Islamic prophet Muhammad – this makes Medina the second-holiest Islamic city after Mecca. Although the sacred core of the old city is off limits to non-Muslims, modern Medina is a multi-ethnic city that is inhabited by Saudi Arabs and both Muslim and non-Muslim expatriate workers.

    About the Medina airport

    Medina is served by the Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport or Medina Airport. The airport handles domestic flights as well as flights to certain international destinations including Cairo, Doha, Dubai, Istanbul and Kuwait City. The airport was opened in 1950. During the Hajj and Umrah seasons, the airport also handles charter international flights. It is the fourth busiest airport in Saudi Arabia.

    Medina airport address

    Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz Airport,
    Medina, Saudi Arabia,
    Telephone: +966 14 813 9999

    About Cairo

    Cairo is the capital of Egypt and is also one of the largest cities in Africa and the Middle East. It is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, and is home to more than 17 million inhabitants. Cairo is a historic city, and glimpses of its past are still apparent in the grand mosques, 19th Century palaces and, of course, the Giza Pyramids. Don’t miss the Egyptian Museum, which is home to priceless Ancient Egyptian artifacts. Cairo’s fabulous past has led to many Egyptians referring to the city as ‘The Mother of the World’

    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 serves as the primary hub for EgyptAir and Nile Air. 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 Medina to Cairo flights

    The frequency of flights between Medina and Cairo is excellent with 40 weekly flights connecting the two cities. Before you plan your next getaway, make sure to look up Musafir.com for the best deals on Medina to Cairo flights.

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