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Cheap Flights to Abu Dhabi
|Popular in||June||High demand for flights, 9% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||September||Best time to find cheap flights, 2% potential price drop|
|Average price||AED 1910||Average for round-trip flights in May 2020|
|Round-trip from||AED 476||From Dubai to Abu Dhabi|
When is the best time to fly to Abu Dhabi?
November to February is the busiest time of the year, the weather isn’t too hot that it’s uncomfortable but it’s hot enough to draw in the crowds. Cheap flights to Abu-Dhabi can be difficult to find over these months and you are best to book well in advance to secure any saving on your flight tickets. There is an annual event in January which will increase the prices of flights to Abu-Dhabi and accommodation, but also sees more tourists visit, making the city very crowded.
March to October brings extreme high temperatures that even the locals struggle to deal with, however it also offers the cheapest flights to Abu-Dhabi so if you can deal with the heat you can find a good deal on flight tickets. Even though the crowds are smaller it can still be hard to find cheap flights to Abu-Dhabi during this off season so make sure you secure your flight tickets in advance.
Which day is cheapest to fly to Abu Dhabi?
The cheapest day to fly to Abu Dhabi is usually Thursday. At the moment, Friday is the most expensive.
What time of day is cheapest to fly?
To get the best value, try booking a flight in the afternoon when visiting Abu Dhabi. Generally the prices will increase for flights in the morning as these tend to have higher demand.
How long is the flight to Abu-Dhabi?
Flights from London to Abu-Dhabi: 7 hours 10 minutes
Flights from Manchester to Abu-Dhabi: 7 hours 20 minutes
Flights from Birmingham to Abu-Dhabi: 8 hours 40 minutes
Flights from Glasgow to Abu-Dhabi: 11 hours 05 minutes
Which airlines operate flights to Abu-Dhabi?
There are a few airlines that operate direct flights to Abu-Dhabi, with the main three being Qatar Airways, British Airways and Etihad. British Airways do provide complimentary food and snacks onboard which you can take better advantage of during long-haul flights, but Qatar and Etihad provide an extremely high level of comfort and service throughout their flights to Abu-Dhabi. Deciding which airline to use will come down to either price or comfort, whichever one you prefer.
How to get from the airport to the city centre?
An economic and reliable option to get you into the city centre is the public bus service. You’ll want to get the A1 bus from the airport and then get off whenever you either reach your destination or arrive at the centre. You could opt to hire a car however if you are only really going to drive to your hotel and back then this isn’t really worth the hassle. When you are figuring out your accommodation you should ask if they provide airport transfers as this will make your transition smoother after your flights to Abu-Dhabi. Lastly you could choose to get a taxi, they are a lot more expensive than the bus but if there a couple of you to split the fare then it can work out quite reasonable.