Egypt Air is the largest airline in Egypt. The company’s aircrafts are based at Cairo International Airport. Egypt Air is engaged in domestic and international transportation. The company’s aircrafts can be seen in the USA, Canada, Europe, the Far and Middle East, and Africa. The airline was founded in 1932 and today flies to more than 70 airports around the world.

The Egypt Air fleet consists of 70 planes. The most popular model is the Boeing 737-800 (29 planes). The company has a codeshare agreement with other companies. This means that they operate flights together. For example, this list includes Yemenia, Korean Air, Tunis Air.

Some Egypt Air destinations: Sydney, Vienna, Montreal, Toronto, Brussels, Yerevan, Berlin, Munich, Nice, Paris, Tokyo.

Arrivals terminal at JFK

Egypt Air flights are served at terminal 1. The terminal may change depending on the flight. We recommend checking this information before your trip.

Departures terminal

The plane also departs from terminal 1. If you have any questions, you can go to the website of the airline or airport, or you can also call Egypt Air support.


Check-in is usually carried out at the terminal where the flight departs from. You can find detailed information on the ticket.