Class rating 6.7
- Boarding 7.0
- Seat for sitting 6.8
- Seat for sleeping 6.2
- Service 8.0
- Entertainment 4.5
- Food & drink 5.8
- Punctuality 6.7
- Baggage 7.3
- Of course, your ratings vary widely for different classes. Choose one below for full details.
Egyptair is currently upgrading its long haul business class product. On new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft there are 49 seats which are fully flat beds. Seats have laptop power, IFE on a 15” personal screen and the new "mood" lighting to help passengers cope with jet lag.
This aircraft operates daily between Cairo and London Heathrow on flights MS 777 and MS 778 and on other key routes like the daily Cairo-New York JFK service.
Older aircraft have cradle-style seats that have limited recline. Entertainment on these aircraft is via small screens and is not on demand. See the individual aircraft types for the exact specification.
All food is halal and alcohol is not served. However, mixers will be provided if you wish to take your own onboard.
Business class passengers have a generous baggage allowance of two pieces of 32kg each.
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JED CAI 1h45 mins B772 I managed to board early, with the eco pax, so knew there would be a delay whilst they called and boarded the J and F pax. So I decided to crank my seat back and relax a bit, listening to my iPod. The next thing I knew, I was awoken by some turbulence and looked out of the window to see the streets of Heliopolis flashing past, with about... more
Flew business class on EgyptAir B777-300ER from Bangkok to London via Cairo (20th August 2011) and return on the same route (3/4th September 2011). I found the service to be of a reasonable quality, the staff were attentive and fulfilled every passenger request speedily. Uniforms are a bit drab though and do nothing to enhance the airline’s image. Seating was very... more