Tourists are often targeted by free taxi drivers in the arrival hall. The old black and white taxis usually do not have a meter and prices are negotiated before travelling. The white taxis have meters. The price list for a category C limousine should give an idea of the upper limit for acceptable fares. The fare is metered and most of these are new and air-conditioned.
City Busses (all Cairo directions) and busses for destinations for all other Governorates (West Delta, Upper Egypt, East Delta, and Super Jet) most are air-conditioned. Departures are from the Bus Station located in the parking area in front Terminal 1 only .
A wide range of international car rental companies are operating at the airport. Offices are located in all Terminals .
There are several ways to leave Cairo airport upon arrival. The most convenient way is by one of the numerous "limousine services". Pick-up points are in front of the terminals (curb side). The prices are fixed depending on the destination and the car category. Category A is luxury limousines (e.g. Mercedes-Benz E-Class), Category B is Micro Busses for up to seven passengers, Category C is midsized cars (e.g. Mitsubishi Lancer) and Category D is London Taxis.
The airport can be reached via Oroba Road from Heliopolis or via the new road, connection Terminal 3 with the intersection between Ring Road and Suez Road .