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Why Fly to Addis Ababa?
Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia and the most important city in eastern Africa, is often overlooked as a budget holiday destination, even when cheap flights to Addis Ababa are widely available. However, the city rewards visitors with its culture, delicious native cuisine, and tourist sites that detail the complicated yet dynamic history of the Ethiopian people.
Flying to Addis Ababa from the UK
Addis Ababa can be reached via several airports across the UK. Direct flights can be taken from London Heathrow airport and take on average 7 - 8 hours. Flights from London Gatwick to Bole airport fly via Dubai, and take on average 12 hours. Indirect flights (1 or 2 stopovers) leave from Heathrow, Manchester, Bristol, and Newcastle, as well as from Dublin and Edinburgh and stop via cities including Cairo, Franfurt, and Hamburg, as well as Dubai.
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Which Airlines Fly to Addis Ababa?
Airlines that fly non stop from Heathrow airport are BMI and Ethiopean Airlines and take on average 8 hours. Egypt air, Turkish airlines and Lufthansa all provide indirect (1 or 2 stop) flights which depart from London, Manchester and Edinburgh offer flights with only one stop, changing via cities including Frankfurt, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Cairo as well as Heathrow. Flying from Birmingham may mean a 3 stop flight taking up to 20hrs, although the return flight is often far quicker and may only involve one change. Stopovers can range from 3 to 9 hours. Flying via Heathrow may be quicker than from another major European city.
Mini Travel Guide to Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa is a sprawling city, but it is still simple for travellers to navigate. Addis Ababa's efficient bus system offers easy access from the city centre to many of Addis Ababa's neighborhoods, and taking a taxi or hiring a car is also relatively inexpensive. The city's climate is much milder than the rest of Ethiopia, thanks to Addis Ababa's altitude. However, it is still best to travel to the city in the winter, fall or spring, as summer can be hot and humid.
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