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Cheap CMH to CAI Flights

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Columbus to Cairo route information

Origin Airport John Glenn Columbus Intl.
Destination Airport Cairo Intl.
Airlines Serving Air Canada, Air France, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Delta, Lufthansa, Royal Jordanian, United
Flight Price $1,103
Distance 6,020 mi

Cheap CMH to CAI Flights

  • Question : What is the cheapest day to fly to Cairo?
    Answer : As of May 20th, the best day for booking to Cairo (CAI) is May 30th. A ticket will cost you $945, which is 61% less than the average price to book the same route.
  • Question : What is the cheapest airline flying from Columbus to Cairo?
    Answer : Air France is offering the best deal at $945. Better take a look fast because prices range all the way up to $6,654 over the next three months.
  • Question : How much is a plane ticket to Cairo (CAI) from Columbus (CMH)?
    Answer : They can vary anywhere from $945 to $6,654. Booking far in advance can usually help you get the cheapest price. Prices are usually less the further out you book.
  • Question : What is the cheapest day to fly?
    Answer : The cheapest day to fly from Columbus to Cairo is on Tuesday. If you would like to save a bit of money on your next holiday look for flights on that day.
  • Question : How long does the average person stay in Cairo?
    Answer : Of course, you are not an average person, but if you were, you'd stay around 23 days.
  • Question : Can I change the date of my flight?
    Answer : You sure can and you may save money by changing it. The cheapest day to fly in June is Tuesday. You might think you're missing out taking off a day early, but we think of it as you just adding those savings towards a future vacation.