I went to Larnaca airport on foot and took a walk. The flight was in February, in February the weather in Cyprus is changeable, it was cloudy that day. The airport terminal is large, new, clean, flights mainly to EU cities. I went to the check-in desk, showed my Israeli passport, and started arguing, Israeli citizens should get a visa to Egypt in advance, but I didn’t get it ... I showed my Russian passport, they gave me a boarding pass.
I didn't check in my luggage, I didn't have it. At passport control they put a stamp in the passport, despite the fact that the flight was in the EU.
Aircraft was an Airbus A320neo with almost full Business and Economy classes. The flight was in the evening, it was dark outside. It's raining outside. Flight Larnaca-Athens lasted two hours. From the entertainment logbook. Free food: pasta salad and drinks, modestly.
Waiting time at Athens airport, four hours. Walked around.
Duty free shops, cafe, smoking room in the terminal , but there was no good view of the planes. Half an hour before departure, two airport employees began to walk around the waiting room, checking the presence of Egyptian visas in their passports. The loading of the Athens-Cairo flight is almost full, passengers are Egyptian citizens and foreigners.
We flew for two hours, there was a slight turbulence throughout the flight. Served with pasta salad and drinks. Flight attendants handed out immigration forms. We landed at Cairo airport at 2 am. I bought a visa stamp for 25 Usd. Passed through passport control, and in the terminal began to run from taxi drivers.
Cairo airport terminal is large, taxi drivers stood behind each column and said "taxi! taxi! ". I exchanged currency and took a taxi to the city. I didn't take a picture of the airport, I wanted to sleep. Aegean Airlines is not a bad airline, but no frills.
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