Take advantage of cheap flights to Egypt from $770 return

Andrew Munro 28 August 2017 NEWS

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This is an opportunity like no other.

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Right now you have a rare chance to pick up some incredibly cheap flights to Cairo, Egypt, from as little as $770 return. These aren't part of any specific sale, but are instead a quirk of great timing and simultaneous offers from AirAsia and Saudi Arabian Airlines, coming together to run you from Australia to Cairo at outstandingly cheap prices.

Typical prices from Australia to Egypt would often run you down about $1,500, and flash sales are practically nonexistent for this route, so this is a truly fantastic opportunity.

Sample fares include Perth to Cairo for $770 return, departing 18 January and returning 14 February, Sydney to Cairo for $869 return departing on 29 February and returning 10 March, Melbourne to Cairo for $978 return departing on 2 March and returning 18 March, and Gold Coast to Cairo for $991 return, departing 3 February and returning 28 February.

Getting one of these half price flights to Cairo would leave you with a lot more money after touchdown, which can go a long way in such a budget-friendly destination as Egypt. It's home to some of the world's most incredible diving, seaside resorts, archaeological wonders and plenty more. With flights like these, you only need to be concerned about running out of time, and not money.

Flight dates are for January to March 2018, and at these prices tickets are probably going to go exceptionally fast. Remember that you'll have to add luggage fees for the AirAsia leg, while Saudi Air is full service.

  • Perth to Cairo - from $770 return
  • Sydney to Cairo - from $869 return
  • Melbourne to Cairo - from $897 return
  • Gold Coast to Cairo - from $986 return

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