A variety of airports across the UK offer flights to Egypt, with destinations including Cairo, Alexandria and Sharm El Sheikh. For cultural and twin centre holidays to Egypt, the capital, Cairo is the easiest starting point.
All airports in Egypt offer taxis and car hire for convenient travel to your destination. All airport taxis have meters which they are required by law to use, and taxis in Egypt are generally very reasonably priced. Public transport is sparse outside of Cairo, so you will find yourself limited for other options. If you are landing in the capital there are bookable shuttle buses to many major destinations in Egypt, as well as a local bus service serving a fairly wide area.
For travelling further afield there are plenty of options depending on your budget and where you're heading to. Domestic Egypt flights are the fastest option, and there is a fairly extensive choice of airports in Egypt. Trains operate frequently in the north of the country; fares are cheap but it's best to book in advance to ensure you can travel. There is a big network of long-distance buses with a variety of operators, and it's best to buy direct from the company either in advance if possible or on the day. Ferries are a popular way of travelling around the Suez Canal and the Red Sea and for the ultimate in luxury and convenience you can take a Nile cruise.