CHEAP FLIGHTS FROM Minneapolis TO Egypt

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  • $3647
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    United
    Egyptair
    Minneapolis - Mar, 12th Aswan - Mar, 13th
    Aswan - Mar, 21st Minneapolis - Mar, 22nd
  • $1846
    total per person
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    United
    Egyptair
    Minneapolis - Apr, 1st Aswan - Apr, 2nd
    Aswan - Apr, 8th Minneapolis - Apr, 8th
  • $1846
    total per person
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    United
    Egyptair
    Minneapolis - Mar, 4th Aswan - Mar, 5th
    Aswan - Mar, 11th Minneapolis - Mar, 12th
  • $845
    total per person
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    Delta
    Minneapolis - Mar, 26th Cairo - Mar, 27th
    Cairo - Apr, 2nd Minneapolis - Apr, 2nd
  • $844
    total per person
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    Delta
    Minneapolis - Mar, 16th Cairo - Mar, 17th
    Cairo - Mar, 24th Minneapolis - Mar, 24th
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Cost of living in Minneapolis and Egypt
Minneapolis is 308% more expensive than Egypt

  Minneapolis   Egypt
Rice (white) $2.00   $0.73
Monthly Pass (local transport) $70.00   $10.02
1 Pair of Jeans $43.91   $67.11
Apples (1kg) $4.46   $1.88
Taxi start $5.00   $0.36
* All price are converted to USD

Seasonal price trend for cheap flights from Minneapolis to Egypt


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  • $775
    JAN
  • $788
    FEB
  • $775
    MAR
  • $845
    APR
  • $842
    MAY
  • $862
    JUN
  • $883
    JUL
  • $862
    AUG
  • $902
    SEP
  • $978
    OCT
  • $855
    NOV
  • $1091
    DEC

Information about travelling from Minneapolis to Egypt

  • The capital city of Egypt
    Cairo
  • Industries of Egypt
    textiles
    food processing
    tourism
    chemicals
    pharmaceuticals
  • Internet users in Egypt
    20.136 million (21st)
  • Languages of Egypt
    Arabic (official)
    English and French widely understood by educated classes
  • Religions of Egypt
    Muslim 90%
    Christian 10%
  • Energy generated from Egypt
    Fossil fuels 87%
    Nuclear fuels 0%
    Hydroelectricity 10%
    Other renewable sources 2%