|Top route||Luxor to Cairo|
Flight was supposed to take off Saturday at noon. Bumped for unknown reasons until 2 am, then 9 am, then noon, then we don’t know. Not weather related. Dismal and non existent customer service. No 24/7 relations. Couldn’t get my bag back to attempt to get on another flight until 5pm Saturday. Will never take this airline again!
Egyp air food
Greater clarity in organizing line-ups for the various boarding groups would have made it easier for all. Due to the many children, the announcements could not be heard clearly enough, so a simplicity in organization would have helped.
We lost one bag
Jadah to cairo
I had a great experience with EGYPTAIR. They offered me to check in my handbag which made it very easy since I use a cane. Thank you to EGYPTAIR crew for making sure everyone is receiving the right services.
Too difficult to indicate and receive vegetarian food. And staff was rude about it. Other passengers felt sorry for me.
Flight was 2 hours late leaving Luxor - no apologies - nothing
Egypt air needs to improve its crew; they're not polite.
I liked how nice the crew were. The seat could be better and more comfortable. The movies could be newer. The entertainment movies were all old
Like the staff. Food was ok. Entertainment was old and many monitors did not work.
Cons: The food was very poor and tasteless , too much bread and it was cold. The choices of movies was poor.
Cons: Business class
Cons: egyptair flight 985 no space between sets no social distancing very bad not comfortable flight
Cons: Stop feeding us bread
Pros: Seat was weary at 52H. Although there were other empty and more comfortable seats, the crew didn't let me have one.
Cons: Food could have been of fish kind variety and hot drinks weren't available. No hot drinks, neither coffee, nor tea.
Cons: They won’t allow me to fly
Cons: Business class are not comfortable
Pros: nothing is good
Cons: the food and bathrooms
Cons: Neither departure terminal nor gate was displaying in the application even while refreshing it continuously. The information was available in schiphol airport website 3.5 hours before take-off time.
Pros: Seat had power supply. Also had own screen
Cons: Social distancing. Food. Movies. Toilette cleanness. Availability of hygiene products onboard.
Cons: It could have been better if I had taken the flight, and not cancelled it 2 days ago
Pros: I was a nice flight
Cons: If was more internment would be better
Pros: Actually everything
Pros: Not bad
Pros: We left on time, flight was smooth!
Cons: No problems, everything was fine.
Cons: It was really nice and comfortable trip
Pros: the business class seat setting of the new dreamliner the plane is brand new flight schedule was ok
Cons: crew must be better trained quality of food should be improved entertainment system should have richer content
Pros: Crew was super friendly and helpful!!
Cons: I didn’t really like the available movies
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 86 cities in 53 different countries. Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan 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.