An Honest Review:
EgyptAir, the flag airline of Egypt, is a state-owned company. Cairo International Airport is the airline’s main hub. It operates 70 termini throughout the Middle East, Europe and Africa. EgyptAir is a Star Alliance Member. It is associated with nine other airlines and a member both of the International Air Transport Association and Star Alliance. It has been approved by IOSA for its flexible safety measures.
You’re either thinking of booking an EgyptAir trip or you have already booked one.
While reviewing the airline professionally and objectively, I will tell you how I feel. Continue reading to learn more about what you can expect on your flight.
Star Alliance lounges are available at Cairo International Airport, which is the airline’s hub. The airline also offers regular flights to business and holiday hotspots around the globe on a daily basis. The airline’s main hub in Cairo has a modern airport that offers duty-free shopping, restaurants and other amenities.
Online Check-in Service
The online check-in service for Egypt Air is very well-known. EgyptAir’s luggage budget is determined by the type of trip and the destination.
Business Class: Adults who travel first or business class on international flights can bring two pieces of luggage. Each bag must weigh 32 kg and be 62 inches long. You can also bring 2 items of personal belongings and 2 pieces of hand luggage. Each item must not exceed 8 kg.
Economy Class: Two bags are allowed for passengers in economy class. Each bag must weigh 23 kg and measure 62 inches high.
Infants are permitted to take one piece of luggage that weighs ten kilograms when traveling internationally. Only one 23kg satchel is permitted when traveling from Canada to the United States. The bag must not exceed 45 inches in length for both options.
No-Alcohol Policy for Flight
EgyptAir has a strict no-alcohol policy. No alcohol will be provided in the cabin and no alcohol will ever be allowed onboard. After you have purchased them duty-free, you can get duty-free alcoholic beverages onboard.
Egyptair’s beverage service starts with a welcome drink. This can be either water or juice. A trolley with all the juice and soft drinks is available once you are in the air. Drink refills are rare and flight attendants seldom visit the cabin between meals. A bottle of water is available at the seats for passengers when they board. The airline offers tea and coffee beverages, but not Arabic coffee as some Gulf carriers.
It features lie-flat beds in Business Class, and personal TV screens throughout the plane. There is a mix of Hollywood and international movies, as well as a wide range of music and short-form programming. Basic noise-canceling headphones can be used at each seat. Remote controllers allow you to adjust the station while lying down. Passenger can use their smartphones to connect to the internet and control the Airbus 330-300s while onboard.
EgyptAir organizes family seats together. They will seat children under 14 years old next to their immediate family members. It is a good idea to book in advance and choose your seats at the time you book. Egyptair’s friendly staff will arrange connecting seats for you and your family in the same cabin as you booked.
The amenity kits come with a limited selection of toiletries and products from name-brand brands that are not available on other airlines. It is disappointing that the lavatories are not cleaned after use and the pillow and duvet provided could be larger.
Select Services of Connectivity & Fleet:
EgyptAir has 80 aircraft flying to 81 destinations in 53 countries across five continents. It has codeshare agreements in place with 18 airlines that give passengers more options.
It is a valuable asset.
Egyptair continues to improve its image and development. The new features include lie-flat seats and improved entertainment systems. This unique network connects different parts of Africa and Middle East that aren’t served by major airlines.