Travel 5 Pretty Cheap Airline deals you can get from Accra to London

If you happen to be travelling to London from Accra, then Pulse.com.gh has done the comparisons for you on the best deals that are being offered on airline tickets across a list of airline brands that fly this route.

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Air transportation continues to be one of the most expensive modes of transport in all parts of the world but you can always get very cool air ticket prices if you’re ready to book early, book via your agent and compare prices from multiple sites.

If you happen to be travelling to London from Accra, then Pulse.com.gh has done the comparisons for you on the best deals that are being offered on airline tickets across a list of airline brands that fly this route.

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Basically, you will pay between 2,000 cedis and 3,000 cedis if you’re doing a connecting flight. This simply means you will transit in another city before arriving in London and it comes with several services and goodies. A non-stop flight comes at a much higher price ranging from 4,000 cedis to 5,000 cedis and more depending on the type of flight class you prefer.

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However, airlines can adjust prices for tickets from Accra to London based on the day and time that you decide to book your flight.

Here are 5 airlines that offer the best airfare from Accra to London

British Airways

British Airways flies non-stop from Accra to London. It flies from Monday to Sunday on a daily basis. The average transportation time is between 6 hours and 6 hours 30 minutes depending on the weather and other factors. The weekend deals are slightly dear compared to the weekday deals but it will generally cost you approximately 2,160 cedis or its dollar equivalent to book the flight.

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Air France

Air France offers the best deal on Accra to London flights by far. For an economy class ticket, you should expect to pay between 2,487 cedis and 2,500 cedis depending on cedi-dollar rates. The airline makes two stops on Thursday and Mondays before arriving in London.

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KLM

The Royal Dutch Airline popularly known as KLM is historically favourite amongst Ghanaian travelers due to the high level of professionalism exhibited by the staff of the airline and their highly impressive flights record. KLM charges customers a fee of 2,512 cedis or its dollar equivalent.

Royal Air Maroc

The Moroccan national airline plies the Accra-London route with a stop in another city on Thursdays and Fridays before arriving in London. It charges 2,559 cedis for the flight and it comes with other goodies.

Brussels Airlines

Brussel Airlines provides flights from London to Accra at 2,893 Ghana cedis with a stop in another city on Saturdays and Tuesdays.

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