After my comfy trip across the Atlantic I was looking forward to this EgyptAir intracontinental business class review. Although the food and drink was lacking on that flight, the seats were comfortable and the service was great. On this EgyptAir intracontinental business class review I find much of the same.
Route: Cairo to Istanbul
Aircraft: Boeing 737
Highlights: Comfy seats.
Low lights: Seat conditions, meals, no alcohol.
Seats & Service
As we were flying on a smaller 737 I was not expecting much more than a little extra leg room for this EgypAir intracontinental business class review. I was pleasantly wrong as the seats were similar to those on my Air Canada business class flight – just a little dated.
Service on this EgyptAir intracontinental business-class review was similar to what I found flying across the pond. In seat power outlets, USB, and blankets and pillows– perfect after a morning touring the pyramids of Giza.
Food & Drink
Again, ditto on the intercontinental flight I took with EgyptAir – meals were just okay and alcohol is not served onboard. Decent coffee though!
The inflight entertainment on this EgyptAir intracontinental business class review was a slightly less packed version of the Intercontinental flight I took. It was odd as I watched a show that had two episodes on the longer flight but on this flight, only had episode one.
Again, although the food and entertainment was lacking on this air EgyptAir intracontinental business class review, the seat made this trip worthwhile. I was beyond tired and had no trouble sleeping onboard. A two hour delay cut my time at the Istanbul Turkish Air CIP lounge short but gave me a little extra shuteye on the tarmac in Cairo. Easy to do from these seats.
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Cover photo via Flickr CC @PROGerard van der Schaaf