Cheap Flights to Kabul


Kabul has come a long way since the ouster of Taliban in 2001. It has boomed in recent years with several buildings, bazaars and fancy restaurants coming up in the city. If you are planning a trip to Kabul city and searching for low-cost flights to Kabul, we are here to help! Crystal Travel offers cheap flights and most affordable airfare to several destinations in the world with added discount to our customers. It is a simple and easy solution to all your travel needs including flights, accommodation and car-rental. With an assurance to serve quality services, Crystal Travel gives you an opportunity to save huge amounts on flight bookings.


We are your preferred travel partner that helps you save money on flight tickets with attractive discounts and bargain deals, and therefore, you can trust us to get best value London to Kabul flight tickets. Enter your travel dates on our user-friendly and speedy search engine to look for flights to Kabul and choose the most suitable airline according to your budget and schedule. If you are not rigid with your travel dates, you can save even more money by booking on the cheapest day of the week. Try to book your flight at least three months prior to your date of journey to get the extra benefits and slashes prices.


Our travel agents are available 24*7 to answer queries. You can call at the given contact number to enquire about your flight booking and to know about the latest discount offers on flight tickets. Book Kabul flights with Crystal Travel and get ready to travel to the city of Kabul.



Things you should know


  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Kabul is 3,546 miles.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Kabul is Pakistan Intl Air and Turkish Airlines.
  • Airport codes flights from London to Kabul are London – LON / Kabul - KBL.
  • Estimated flying time from London to Kabul is 10 hours 20 minutes.



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About Kabul


Kabul is a fascinating city, definitely not a traditional travel destination visited by casual vacationer. The city should be experienced by seasonal travellers who want to explore the many intricacies and delights of this ancient city. Despite the period of extreme warfare, Kabul is constantly changing and developing. Modern culture is beginning to creep into everyday lives with several modern buildings, cafes, restaurants and shopping malls opening up to satisfy the demands of wealthy Afghans and tourists. The city offers a glimpse into one of the world’s most ancient civilizations ravaged by war. Book your cheap flights from London to Kabul with Crystal Travel if you want to visit this ancient city. 



Best Time to Visit Kabul


Kabul is hot and humid with extreme temperatures in the months of June until the end of September. So, it is not an ideal time to travel to Kabul due to intense heat and higher flight prices. Springtime (March till May) transforms the region beautifully and also offers a much more affordable travel cost. May is also a good time to visit Kabul which gives you an opportunity to attend the Sound Central Modern Music Festival held annually offering live music and a glimpse of contemporary Afghan culture.


High Season: August is the most popular time to fly to Kabul.


Low Season: November is the best time to beat the crowds.



Places to Visit in Kabul


Kabul Museum: It was once counted amongst the greatest museums in the world but fell to the ravages of war. Slowly, the museum is rising from its ashes after getting help from the international community. It exhibits artworks ranging from Hellenistic gold coins to Buddhist statuary and Islamic bronzes.


Bala Hissar & City Walls: It was the old seat of power where a fort has stood since the 5th century. The citadel that one sees today was built at the end of the 19th century. The previous fort was destroyed by the British army during the Second Anglo-Afghan War.


Babur's Gardens: The loveliest spot in Kabul, these gardens were laid out by the Mughal ruler Babur in the early 16th century. It is also the site of his tomb. Left to ruins during the time of war, it was restored by Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC).


Sultani Museum: Set up in 2004 by Ahmad Shah Sultani, a gold trader and antiques dealer, this private museum is located in the same grounds as the National Gallery. His collection is thought to contain over 3000 pieces much of which is looted or smuggled items.


Omar Land Mine Museum: Only a country like Afghanistan could host a museum like this one. Exhibiting more than 60 types of mine, it acts as a training and education centre for landmine and UXO clearance. The museum is run by the Organisation for Mine clearance and Afghan Rehabilitation (OMAR).


Mausoleum of Nadir Shah: The monumental tomb of King Nadir Shah sits at Teppe Maranjan. He was assassinated in the year 1933. It consists of black marble with monumental columns topped by metal dome.


European Cemetery: Built in 1879 by the British army, this cemetery was meant for the dead of the Second Anglo-Afghan War and contains over 150 graves. The cemetery is supported by small stipend from the British Embassy and has been maintained since the 1980s by Rahimullah.


Ka Faroshi Bird Market: A narrow lane tucked away behind the Pul-e Khishti Mosque, Ka Faroshi bird market takes you back in time to the corner of city which is untouched by war. Lined with stalls and booths selling birds and rabbits, Kowk is most popular bird on sale here.



Airports Serving London & Kabul


London: London is served by six airports which include London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). London Heathrow Airport is the largest airport with the major air traffic and most international flights. With four terminals, London Heathrow has a wide range of shops, food courts and lounges. It also has free WiFi access. Public transport such as buses, taxicabs and airport shuttle are also available at the airport.


Kabul: Hamid Karzai International Airport is the main international airport in Kabul and one of the largest military bases. The airport has two terminal buildings, one for international flights and the other for domestic. Buses, taxi and private cars are available for transportation from the airport.

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