First Class Flights to Egypt           

Book business class flights to Egypt with Fly World Class to ensure that you can enjoy the ultimate in comfort en route to the land of the amazing Egyptian pyramids. The history of Egypt goes back to the 10th millennium BC, which numerous ancient ruins can attest to. There is so much to see in Egypt, plan to stay a while.

Flights to Cairo International Airport (CAI)

Travelers to Egypt frequently arrive at Cairo International Airport (CAI) to the beautiful city on the Nile River that is known as the City of a Thousand Minarets, which are architectural structures commonly associated with mosques. A favorite site in Cairo is the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, which houses the world’s largest collection of pharaonic artifacts. The many impressive pieces in the museum include the shining gold mask of King Tutankhamun, chests, vases, and mummies from King Tut’s tomb. There are many beautiful churches representative of the large Coptic Christian community, including St. Sergius Church, which is supposedly built on a site where the infant Jesus, Mary, and Joseph once rested. One of the oldest churches in Egypt is Saint Virgin Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church, build in the 3rd century AD. In all of Egypt, the first and oldest mosque ever constructed is the Mosque of Amr Ibn al’As. The mosque overlooks the Nile River and was built in 642 AD. Many who travel to Egypt visit one or more of these world-renowned places of worship.


Alexandria via Borg El Arab Airport (HBE)       

Visitors traveling first class to Egypt often arrive in Alexandria at either Borg El Arab Airport (HBE) or El Nozha Airport (ALY). A Mediterranean port city, one of Alexandria’s greatest of many claims to fame is that it is home to a lighthouse and storied library which rank among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Fort Qaitbey is a can’t-miss site which is a fortress on the eastern harbor of the city. Built in 1480 by Mamluke Sultan Qaitbey, its purpose was to protect the important port from enemy attackers. Kom el-Dikka is a historic site of great interest. It was long known as “Mound of Rubble,” which is the meaning of its name. In 1947 the site was to be cleared for construction. Instead, ancient ruins were discovered. Excavations revealed, among other structures, the mosaic flooring of a lavish Roman-era dwelling that was dubbed the Villa of the Birds.


Giza is about 12 miles from central Cairo and most easily accessible via Cairo International Airport (CAI). Countless visitors to Egypt make a much-anticipated trip to the Pyramids of Giza. The first to create the amazing pyramid shape was Sneferu, who reigned from 2686 through 2667 BC. He is credited with building three pyramids, thought the first two were unsuccessful. The well-known Great Sphinx in Giza was built in 2500 BC.

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Book cheap business class flights to Egypt with our travel experts at Fly World Class. You will enjoy relaxing and luxurious travel, whether your plane touches down at Cairo International Airport (CAI), Borg El Arab Airport (HBE), El Nozha Airport (ALY), or any other Egyptian airfield.


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