Cheap one-way & return flights to Afghanistan from London
Which Airlines Operates Flights To Afghanistan?
- Turkish Airlines (TK) via Istanbul
- Emirates (EK) via Dubai
- Air India (AI)via Delhi or Mumbai
How long is the flight to Afghanistan from UK?
- Heathrow to Afghanistan flight via one stopover: 10 hours and 50 minutes
- Manchester to Afghanistan(Kabul) flight via Istanbul: 10 hours and 40 minutes
- Birmingham to Afghanistan(KML) via one stopover: 10 hours and 15 minutes
- Heathrow to Afghanistan(MZR) via Istanbul: 10 hours and 15 minutes
What are the popular stopovers on flights to Afghanistan?
While there are many airlines that are operating frequent flight connections, but the popular stopovers on flights to Afghanistan are Istanbul, Dubai and Mumbai.
What are the major international airports In Afghanistan?
- Hamid Karzai International Airport (KBL)
- Mazar-e Sharif International Airport (MZR)
- Kandahar International Airport (KDH)
Which is the cheapest airline for flights to Afghanistan from the UK?
Though the fares never remain constant, flights to Afghanistan can be booked in as low as 428 GBP. Turkish Airline is preferred the most for cheapest flights. You can get your hands on even more cheaper flights when you book in advance. We, at Travelhouseuk, keep on announcing discounted deals every now and then. Subscribe to our newsletter and stay connected on our Facebook and Instagram to stay updated about the promotional deals coming up in 2018.
What is the best time to visit Afghanistan?
Influenced by the continental climate throughout the year, Afghanistan is the versatile tourist destination. The country experiences all the four seasons including summer, winter, autumn and spring. Amongst that, summer and winter can be relatively harsh on the tourists coming from the United Kingdom. As the temperature is quite high and weather extremes makes travelling within the country quite unbearable. Spring spreads a positive aura for the travellers. Fresh blooming of flowers, raw fresh air to breathe, verdant mountains and fields comes along the frequent rain in the country. As the spring season is followed after winters, snow starts melting from the widely spread mountainous ranges. Keeping all aspects in mind, autumn is thought of to be the best weather for the visitors which swoops in to the country in September and lasts up to November. Dry weather casts its magical spells on visitors to cherish as much as they can on their gateway to the diversified yet enchanting Afghanistan. For the photography lovers, the highlands of the Afghanistan offer a magnanimous photogenic backdrop.
What are the hotel and accommodation options available in Afghanistan?
As soon as you step in the country, the first thing person looks for is the fully equipped accommodation place to safeguard your material possessions as well as for the carefree siesta. With the numerous hotels of mediocre ranges, Afghanistan is not short of exquisite five star hotels in the capital city. Kabul has a few very classy and ideal hotels which you can get booked in quite reasonable rates unless it’s the peak season. On the account of vulnerable environment, it is suggested to book your accommodation most-preferably in Kabul which is the most secured city. Mostly tourists prefer hilltop locations for the exhilarating views while their stay in the luxury hotels. The top few hotels are listed below:
- Kabul Serena Hotel
- Safi Landmark Hotel & Suites
- Inter Continental Hotel
- Kabul Star Hotel
- North Gate Hotel
- Darya Village Hotel and Business Park
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