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The crew was so so rude Except one person his name is khaled
Flew business class with Egypt Air. Didn't feel much of a business class experience aside from the fact that you can flatten your seat. The food was just okay-too salty overall, seat wasn't comfortable when put into bed position.
Staff is amazing every thing is ok Just the aircraft is not old
Staff were very nice and professional. 🙏. International/domestic recheck was very confusing
Everything was good
People handling was great Need entertainment
Both flights were delayed by at least 1 hour which was discouraging. The boarding process was random and very chaotic.
Thieves. Took my money. Cancelled the flights and now not giving it back.
We booked the flight from Kayak, through flighthub The flights were cancelled by EgyptAir. We have been calling both parties back and forth to get our refund and nothing is happening.
Very bad service
Letting us know our 8am flight would be 3 hours late, every flight of theirs was late by hours. Seems like it’s the same everyday. We could have slept in another couple hours easily instead of coming to the airport at 6am.
Missed connection due to a 1,5 hours delay on the first flight, resulting in 24 hours delay to destination. Poor assistance at the airport. Long wait with not even internet connection. Awful experience.
Missed connection due to a 1,5 hours delay of first flight, resulting in a 24 hours delay at destination. Poor assistance at the airport. Long wait, with not even internet connection. Awful experience.
Business class seats are subpar
All and all it was an easy flight. We were in business class. Strangely, while we were offered some food which we did not want, we were never offered anything to drink including water. The boarding process was a bit chaotic. Everyone had to identify there bags at the plane as a safety precaution which was fine. But the communications about this was non existent. Israel has a very strict protocol for entry. There is an entry form that must be filled in and then, if everything is ok, you get an e-mail approval that you must show to the airline. Instead of asking for this they asked to see our “green passport” which is only a document to be used in Israel. Luckily, we had copies of ours. All of this is not significant. As someone that lives in Israel but love Egypt, I am so happy that we have direct flights now.
The airplane is very very very old
Flight delayed about 45 minutes. Notifications within SSH airport were virtually nonexistent. Had to recognize on our own that our gate was flipped with the next one over. No visible signage changes, no announcements (that we could hear), and both planes boarded simultaneously. Confusing, but we figured it out. Otherwise all was fine.
Please make better vegan option for business class
For a Business Class this was the worst I have ever flown.
The ground crew were great, assisting me with a wheelchair. The pilot aborted our landing so that was a little scary. Otherwise all was good.
Rude staff, entertainment screen not working, food is horrible. The only good thing was check in process
They didn’t notify anyone that the CDC had changed it’s entry requirements and cost me my flight. I will never fly with them again.
Late departure, the plane was filthy since people were dropping lots of trash in the aisle. The bathrooms were almost unusable because people peed on the walls and floor, and left soaked bathroom paper on the floor and toilet. Most people ignored the crew and didn't wear masks, including people who were coughing.
As usual, Egyptair was late in departing, so I was late in arriving in Cairo for the connecting flight. It was a short one hour flight, but being 15 minutes late is not good.
It was so hot. No pillows were available and when asked for a blanket instead there were no blankets available as well
Friendly check in and smooth all the way
Terrible! They refused to let me board because of new travel restrictions, then tried to charge me an additional 3,000 eu to rebook.
Thank you so much ☺️
On board Egypt Air flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 115cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Egypt Air assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Egypt Air offers direct flights to 82 cities in 52 different countries. Cairo, Luxor, and Sharm el-Sheikh are the most popular cities covered by Egypt Air.
Egypt Air concentrates most of its flight operations in Cairo.
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Commencing services in 1933, EgyptAir is the oldest airline in the Middle East. It operates out of a hub in Cairo, with flights reaching Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and North America. It is recognized as the national flag carrier of Egypt and is wholly owned by the government. Routes are available to more than 45 countries with some of the most frequented including Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and the United Arab Emirates.
EgyptAir is a member of Star Alliance, offering a wide-reaching network of connected services through partnerships with United Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Air Canada and Air China, among others. It also holds codeshare agreements with additional carriers, such as Etihad Airways and Gulf Air, to increase the amounts of flights offered within the Middle East. A number of subsidiaries are aligned with the airline, including Air Cairo, Air Sinai and EgyptAir Express.
The fleet is made up of Boeing and Airbus planes, with a preference for narrow-body, short-distance jets. Models like the Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A320 are commonly flown. A falcon head features on the tail of the aircraft, which is a tribute to Egyptian mythology figure Horus. Many planes in the fleet have special decorations celebrating things such as the Egyptian National Football Team, Africa Cup of Nations tournament and 85 years of EgyptAir service.
Customers can choose between Economy and Business Class. In the Business section passengers are provided with an amenity kit that has socks, eyeshades and headphones. During evening flights, the lights are dimmed and a star pattern is projected onto the roof of the cabin.