Egyptian civilization is one of the oldest and most intriguing ones. In fact, the Egyptians call it Umm Al-Donya, Arabic for ‘Mother of The World’. There are many ancient wonders and temples waiting to be explored and museums full of world-class artifacts that will transport you back in time.

egypt private jet charterTheir delicious cuisine is another allure not many can resist. A private jet charter to Egypt will transport you to old world charm in no time and in style. You can save time by reaching the airport a few minutes before take off and not stand in long queues on reaching your destination – whether you’re flying in or out. You don’t have to jostle for elbow space inside the aircraft and you can enjoy personalized services. You can even book for a date and time convenient for you to travel and even book a private jet charter to and from Egypt just a few hours before you want to leave.

Private Jet Charters To/From Egypt

To charter a flight to Egypt or from it, be sure to use one of our top recommended services below:

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If you are wondering about the cost, let’s reassure you that you will not feel the pinch. The operators offer competitive prices so that you can compare and choose the one that really suits your budget. If there is an empty-leg private jet charter to and from Egypt you will get further discounts. The cost varies on the number of hours, the nature of aircraft and the number of people on the flight. Group deals work out really well.

Once in Egypt, you can use the saved up time and money to indulge yourself. A visit to the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Sphinx and the souq of Khan Al Khalili. In the souq, dotted with medieval-style shops, you can shop for aromatic Arabic spices, silver jewelry, souvenirs and even belly dancing costumes. The El Fishawi cafe is said to have been there even when Napoleon invaded Egypt!

Airports for Flights to and from Egypt

  • Cairo International Airport is the busiest airport in Egypt and second busiest in Africa.

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