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Updated April 2024

Cairo, the gigantic metropolis of the Middle East attracts millions of tourists every year to its must-visit historical monuments of the Pyramids of Khafre, Khufu, Giza, Menkaure and ancient cities of Sakkara, Memphis and more. Egypt and Kuwait have always held close ties with each other and Cairo witnesses both leisure and business travellers from Kuwait on an everyday basis. 

Looking to travel to Cairo from Kuwait? What are the latest flight news, travel requirements, airline schedules and airfares? Keep reading to find out more. 

Kuwait to Cairo flights today

A simple search through Wego will show you the latest flight schedules, allowing you to choose the best flight deals from across several airlines.

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Please note that the prices are accurate at the time of writing. 

Kuwait Airways

Kuwait Airways, Kuwait’s national air carrier, operates direct flights from Kuwait to Cairo every day. 

Kuwait to Cairo flight time

Direct flights between Kuwait and Cairo operated by Kuwait Airways take 2 hours 45 minutes.

Kuwait to Cairo flight schedule and ticket price

Kuwait Airways operates direct flights between Kuwait and Cairo on all days of the week starting from KWD 34.

Egypt Air

Egypt Air, the state-owned flag carrier of Egypt, operates several direct flights from Kuwait to Cairo every day. 

Kuwait to Cairo flight time

Direct flights between Kuwait and Cairo operated by Egypt Air are scheduled to take 2 hours 50 minutes.

Kuwait to Cairo flight schedule and ticket price

Egypt Air operates four direct flights between Kuwait and Cairo on all days of the week starting from KWD 32.

Please visit Wego for Egypt Air full schedule.

Kuwait to Cairo travel guidelines

Entry requirements

Passengers from all countries will be required to complete a paper health declaration (issued by your airline or on arrival) with personal details and may need to provide confirmation of a valid health insurance policy to airport authorities.

Passengers coming from the restricted areas must sign the following declaration form (in English or Arabic), which obliges them to pay the fees for tests and other medical expenses if incurred.