Cheap one-way & return flights to Abidjan from London
Which airlines operate flights to Abidjan from UK?
- Brussels Airlines: Brussels Airlines offer one-stop flights from Heathrow to Abidjan regularly.
- Air France: Air France flights to Abidjan are also convenient as it involves a quick stopover at Paris on its flight route.
- Turkish Airlines: Turkish Airlines operates flights to Abidjan via Istanbul.
- Emirates: Emirates’ is a trusted travel partner for flights to Abidjan via Dubai.
- Ethiopian Airlines: Ethiopian Airlines maintains a network for flights to Abidjan and operate flights via Addis Ababa.
How long is the flight to Abidjan from the UK?
- London Heathrow to Abidjan: 11 hours and 5 minutes
- Manchester to Abidjan flights: 13 hours and 15 minutes
- Birmingham to Abidjan flights: 20 hours and 30 minutes
Are there any direct flights to Abidjan from UK?
There are no direct flights to Abidjan from London Heathrow or any other UK airport at the moment. However, the shortest way to reach Abidjan is through one-stop flight either with Brussels Airlines or Air France.
Cheap flights to Abidjan with Air France
Being one of the largest French-speaking cities in Africa and having a strong relationship with France, there are more flights to Abidjan offered by Air France than any other European airline. Fourteen flights are departing from Paris – Charles de Gale Airport every week for Abidjan. Most probably, you would be boarding AF 521 or AF 524 to get to the Ivorian city. The Flight AF 521 takes off at 6:30 PM, every day of the week (and has a touchdown in Mali) while the flight AF 524 is operated at 12:10 AM on Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays only.
What is the cheapest time of year to fly to Abidjan?
The cheapest time to be in Abidjan is in June when there is a lot of rain pouring over the city. Although you can come to visit the city during this time and massively save on the travelling and accommodation expenses, there would not be much to explore as it rains 22 days at an average during this month and can cause flooding in many parts of the city. Clearly, a rainy vacation is less than ideal. How about coming to the town by the end of September and leave by mid-October for a cheaper trip to Abidjan? It is when the rains are about to return to the city, and with the Holiday season just around the corner, most tourists postpone their travel plans during these times, lowering the demand and thus lowering the prices.
How can I get cheap Business Class flights to Abidjan?
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Is travelhouseuk offering Abidjan flights with flexible booking options?
With respect to a last-minute date change, travellers will be given waivers on specific bookings for specific dates. You can activate a date-change waiver by giving a call to the agent handling your case and requesting a reschedule. To keep it clear-cut, we recommend you to get in touch with one of our travel agents to inquire about the terms and conditions, and whether or not the dates you choose will grant the flexibility of a date-change waiver. When you call 020 3137 2316 to make the booking, please feel free to ask for information regarding this. This is, in case, our travel agent has not already mentioned this to you.
What are the major international airports in Abidjan?
The official name is Félix-Houphouët-Boigny International Airport (ABJ), also known as Port Bouët Airport. The airport is a regular stop for Air France and Brussels Airlines. The centre of the city is about 25 kilometres from the airport, and as you hop from one island to the next, it would take 40 minutes to reach your hotel in downtown Abidjan.
What is the best time to visit Abidjan?
The best time to come to Abidjan is from December to February, and during the month of August. During the December to February timeframe, there is little to no rain, and the weather remains warm and pleasant. Due to the moderating effect of the ocean, the temperature never really drastically fluctuates throughout the year, and the daily mean temperature is a balmy 26°C. So the only thing that could affect your vacation is rain. Even though the rainy season in Abidjan is from May to November, there is a climatic pattern called the Benguela Current which occurs in August. The Benguela Current takes away all the heat and the rain, making August the driest and coolest month in the year to visit the city. While you might experience some rainy days, the average high temperature drops down to just 30°C during August.
What are the major landmarks in Abidjan?
- Banco National Park is a protected reserve of the Ivory Coast. The national park is close to the centre of mainland Abidjan and is not more than twenty kilometres from the affluent Plateau district of the city.
- Saint Paul’s Cathedral in Abidjan is one of the largest cathedrals in Africa, and it was built in 1985.
- Musée des Civilisations de Côte d’Ivoire: The museum has everything: from modern to contemporary art, and then there is a whole section for the traditional and folklore artefacts.
Which five-star hotels are available for stay in Abidjan?
- Sofitel Abidjan Hotel Ivoire
- Hotel TIAMA
- Radisson Blu Hotel, Abidjan Airport
- Pullman Abidjan
- Villa Anakao
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