You can book your cheap flights to Lahore with flexible booking policies. On account of frequent changes in travel situation worldwide, you will be given an option to reschedule your flight on a later available date with minimal or no charges at all. Please refer to your ticket conditions for details or consult our travel consultant for more assistance.
Fare ranging from 425 GBP to 525 GBP is considered a fairly good deal, even during the off-peak season, so grab it while you can. The earlier you book your flight, the cheaper you get. Join our social media channels, and sign up for our newsletter, to stay updated about last minute promotional deals for flights to Lahore or other major airports in Pakistan.
Besides international flight to Lahore from the UK, we also book domestic flights from Lahore for our clients. Not only you can book in advance, but you can also contact us upon reaching Lahore for your next flight within Pakistan. Either you wish to continue your journey from Lahore to Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Multan or Sialkot, just contact us through email or direct message for hassle-free bookings.
The Allama Iqbal International Airport, having been given the IATA code LHE, is the third busiest airport in Pakistan. Situated within the city, about 13 kilometres from Old Lahore (the inner city), the airport is easily accessible by taxis and tuk-tuks. Of the three terminals, arriving passengers from the United Kingdom will be using the Allama Iqbal Terminal. Waiting passengers will find conveniences in the form of prayer rooms, several food counters and duty-free shops.
Most tourists would do well to visit it in the winter, as Lahore is a very hot city, and sometimes, the summer heat just becomes unbearable. From December to February, this being the peak season for tourism in Lahore, the daytime temperature remains at an average 13 °C. November and March, the shoulder months, also experience moderate weather and clear skies. That said, it is always better to book your flight and hotel in advance so you can get a decent price before the city gets crowded and prices start to skyrocket.
Besides being the second largest in Pakistan, Lahore is one of the oldest cities in the country. A unique blend of Hindu, Buddhist, Greek, Muslim, Sikh, and British cultures, as it has been ruled by all, in that order, will be found in the city. The majority of historic sites are clustered together, wall to wall, near the Azadi Chowk (also a metro bus station). The Lahore Fort, the Badshahi Mosque, the Minar-e-Pakistan, and the Dehra Sahib Sri Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara are side by side one another for amazing tourism exposure in the city.