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If you’re curious enough to observe the progress of commerce in Africa, cheap flights to Kano will surely give you a good idea. Regarded as one of the largest metropolitan cities of the country, Kano is heading its own state to the north of Nigeria. Its symbolic head is titled as the Emir since the times it was a kingdom, which is why much of its architecture is influenced under local Hausian culture. Flights land at Mallum Aminu International airport, which is host to multiple regional as well as domestic air operators offering Low cost flight tickets to Kano. TravelhouseUK is promoting bargain deals for cheap airfares to Kano, with luxury services under world class air operators such as Ethiopian Airlines, Arik Air many more local carriers.

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Which airlines operate flights to Kano from UK?

How long is the flight from UK to Kano?

Are there any direct flights to Kano from UK?

At the moment, no international airline is operating a direct flight to Kano from any airport in the United Kingdom. The most preferred route to the city is by getting an Egypt Air flight out of London Heathrow Airport. The flight comes with one stopover at Cairo and then has a connecting flight to Kano Airport.

What is the cheapest time of year to fly to Kano?

Fortunately, the cheapest time of the year is also the best time to visit Kano. Local festivals like the Eid provoke the Nigerians to come from abroad to visit their families in Kano when the weather is unbearably hot and humid. Not many are able to return back to Kano to enjoy the weather, which is why the best time to be in Kano is also the cheapest time to be around. The months of December and January are cooler than the rest of the year and can allow the visitor to escape the air conditioner to explore. Not only that, as the demand dives so does the prices on air travel and accommodation. Truly, it is one of the few places on the planet that have it all in the winter months.

Is there a major international airport in Kano?

Yes, the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAN) serves the city of Kano, in Northern Nigeria. The airport is only 7.5 kilometres away from the Emir’s Palace, which is at the centre of the city. In 2017, the airport served 400,000 passengers. The major bulk of international flight operations cater to the tourists who visit the city and a large number of Lebanese immigrants who move back and forth from the Middle East.

What is the best time to visit Kano?

The best time to visit Kano is in the months of December, January and early February. The weather is nice and pleasant in this part of the year, in Kano. The average high temperature in June can go beyond 38°C, but in the cool December and January span, the highest the mercury can rise to is 26°C. The skies also remain clear within this period and the humidity also remains at only 20%. Kano can be a great vacation spot in these two months and can prove to be a great doorway city into Central Africa.

What are the major landmarks in Kano?

Kano has been an important city since man began trading and bartering goods. The city is the southernmost trading post on the ancient Trans-Saharan trade route. Kano is ruled by an Emir since the 12th century. Industry and economy have always been on the minds of the people of Kano, which is why the city is home to the richest man in the world with an African ancestry. The culture of Kano is an amalgamation of Islamic traditions and ancient Saharan cultures.

Which events and festivals are celebrated in Kano?

The festivals in Kano are dictated by religion for the most part. Almost all of Kano is Sunni Muslim and celebrate the Ramadan with great religious devotion. At the end of the Ramadan is the Eid celebration which coincides with the Durbar Festival in Kano. The Durbar Festival is celebrated by first performing prayers at the Central Mosque of Kano. The Emir and his brigade of horses parade in the city’s streets. Musicians, acrobats and a troop of drummers accompany the Emir’s parade. The festival ends at the Emir’s Palace, where he addresses the people of Kano and greets them with good cheer.

What are the transportation options available to tourists within Kano?

Blue and yellow taxis zoom through the city of Kano. The taxis are a great way to get around the city. Kano’s streets cannot handle anything larger or bulkier. The taxis are, therefore, efficient and safe for tourists. Recently, pink rickshaws have been introduced to the city, exclusively to be used by women. Kano is generally considered as a safe city and walking to the many attractions of the city can give a new dimension to your holiday experience.

Which five-star hotels and accommodation are available for stay in Kano?

There are a few five-star hotels in Kano; most of them are near the outskirts of the city, quite close to the city’s international airport.

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