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My next flight from Singapore to Cairo is set to arrive on Friday.
The Singapore-Egypt flight will leave at 1:30 a.m. local time and arrive in Cairo at 3:30am.
This is about 1:40 a.p.m, which is 1 hour and 10 minutes.
So this is a very short flight to Cairo, and I’m pretty sure my next flight will be in time for lunch.
The Egypt-Singapore flight, though, will take longer.
It will be from Singapore at 6:20 a.l.m., then take an hour and a half to get there.
You’ll have to check in and check out.
And then you’ll have an hour or so to get back to Singapore.
That’s a lot of time.
But I don’t think it’s anything you would want to do in a rush.
When you do plan ahead, though.
Be sure to have a plan.
There are several airlines that offer flights to Egypt, and you can also fly from Singapore.
It’s a bit of a hassle to figure out which of those routes you’ll be taking.
Some of the other airlines offer flights from Singapore, too.
Air Arabia has an official flight from the country, as does Emirates.
I checked out Sina.com to find out how to book your flight to Egypt and then fly from the city to Cairo.
Shenzhen Airlines offers an official itinerary from Beijing to Cairo and back, but that doesn’t give a precise flight time.
And if you book online, you may not have the option to check-in and check-out.
Other options:Air Arabia (official)Flight time from Singapore: 6:20am: The flight to Singapore will take 1 hour 11 minutes.
This is an hour longer than the time it took me to get from Singapore by train to Cairo by taxi.
9:30pm: I’m heading from Beijing, China to Cairo on Air Arabia, which takes 2 hours and 20 minutes.
10:30: This will take 2 hours, 45 minutes.
That’s not too bad, but it’s not nearly as long as the flight from Beijing.
11:30p: If you book through Shenzhen Airlines, you’ll get a free leg from Beijing by connecting via the airport.
12:00am:The flight from Shanghai to Cairo will take 3 hours and 43 minutes.
12:30-1:30AM:The Singapore to Egypt flight will take an additional hour and 30 minutes.
You’ll have a better chance of finding a flight to Bangkok if you’re in the Singapore area, but you’ll still need to be in the right time zone.
2:30a.m: There will be a flight from Shenzhen to Cairo that will take 10 minutes and 15 seconds. 5:30b.m.: The Bangkok-Singarlai flight will arrive in Egypt at 4:20a.l, which makes it the fastest route.
6a.h.m.-9:00a.i.: There is no official Thai Airways flight from Bangkok to Cairo because it’s too far away from the Thai border.
7:00-10:00p: If you’ve booked through a Chinese carrier, you can make the flight to the Egyptian capital, Cairo, from anywhere in the world, including China.
10:15p: If you want to go directly to Cairo from Beijing (via Shenzhen), you can do that from Beijing at 3am, but I’m not sure how long it’ll take you to get through customs.
3:00pm:You’ll need to make a stopover in Cairo.
You could check into a hotel, but if you want a more direct flight, you might be better off just making a reservation.
4:00: Here’s how to get a flight into Cairo from Bangkok.
If that’s the case, you need to check into your hotel, then book an Air Arabia-Singarair flight for $1,934, or if you buy through Shenzen, you could buy a flight directly from Bangkok at 2:30.
Note: You may not be able to make this flight.
Singar Air is an international airline, so if you go to Bangkok, the flight will likely be cancelled, which means you won’t be able a) make the Bangkok-Cairo trip, or b) go directly from Beijing back to Bangkok.