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Discover a new world with cheap flights to Tehran coming your way this season. Tehran is the established traditional and cultural capital apart from being the official federal capital of Iran. Be it the architectural grace of its landmarks, its gardens or its public institutions, Tehran resonates growth and progress. Mehrabad International Airport serves all international Tehran flights, connected via a network of 35 weekly flights with 7 international air operators. Hop aboard with either Qatar Airways or Gulf Air by purchasing cheap flight tickets to Tehran from TravelhouseUK’s agents who are just a call away and available for assistance.

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Which airlines operate flights to Tehran from the UK?

How long is the flight to Tehran from the UK?

Are there any direct flights to Tehran from the UK?

Due to the current geopolitical situation, no flights are leaving directly to Tehran from any airport in the country. People who wish to travel to the Iranian capital can do so by taking a Turkish Airlines flight from London Heathrow Airport, with a stopover in Istanbul. These have flights have a duration of 11 hours.

Cheap flights to Tehran with Turkish Airways

Three major airlines are operating between Tehran and the United Kingdom, and the most affordable option is Turkish Airways. Even though the political situation can fluctuate anytime, hurting the airline business connecting these two destinations, still cheap Turkish Airline tickets to Tehran are sought after, especially within the Persian community living in the UK. Turkish Airlines operate ten flights every week from London based airports to Istanbul. From Istanbul, six flights are leaving for Tehran each week. Keeping the layovers to a minimum duration, we can plan out twelve Turkish Airlines flights each week that connect London to Tehran. 

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

The slowest months of the year are November and December when Tehran hides under a blanket of snow. Being a Muslim majority city, Tehran does not experience the December rush back to the city-of-origin, as most of the west experiences. On the contrary, most foreigners leave the city leaving the hotels and aeroplanes empty. As the demand dies, the cost also slides down making this an excellent time to visit the city on the cheap. The temperature does not fall below 8°C during this time, and it snows only once or twice a month.

What are the major international airports in Tehran?

There are two major airports in Tehran but only one, the Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA), entertains all flights coming in and going out of the country. Each year the airport facilitates nine million passengers through its three terminals and two runways. The Tehran Metro is connected with the airport, and a sky bridge connects the airport facility to a new metro station just across the road. Considering Hor Square as the city centre, the Imam Khomeini Airport is an hour drive away, 50 kilometres south of the city.

What is the best time to visit Tehran?

There are two times in a year ideal for visiting Tehran, which are the spring and the autumn seasons. So, the best time to arrive in Tehran would be from April to June and from September to October. The weather changes drastically in Tehran which is why it is too warm during the summer. Indeed the busiest season in Tehran is the summer; however, we still recommend the traveller to visit the city in the shoulder months when the climate is more pleasant, and you can feel comfortable moving around on foot, exploring the place, without overheating. During these times the sky remains blue and cloudless and the temperature hovers between 21°C and 29°C.

What are the major landmarks in Tehran?

Tehran is the thirty-second capital of the ancient country of Iran, and like the country, Tehran is an amalgamation of the old and the new. Greater Tehran is a metropolitan area bustling with more than 15 million people. Tehran’s impressive imperial history still attracts many from around the world to be amazed by the monuments and structures built in antiquity and modern eras.

What are the transportation options available to tourists within Tehran?

The Tehran Metro is the best option for the curious traveller to go about Tehran. The Tehran Metro has five lines that stretch from one end of the city to the other. The metro system is both cheap and quite understandable for stranger new to the town and allows the tourist to escape the debilitating traffic jams on the city’s streets. Line 1 moves north to south and Line 2 get you from east to west — the Tehran Metro ticket costs around 7,000 Iranian riyals which equal to 16 pennies. Apart from the metro, there is a Bus Rapid Transit network and private taxis available for the tourist to get around Tehran cheaply and quickly.

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

There are many five star hotels in Tehran, which were built recently when the sanctions against Iran were lifted briefly. Tehran looks forward to the day when it can welcome more foreign tourists into its luxury hotels.

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