Budget airlines flying to Algeria
Replies: 9 - Last Post: Aug 29, 2013 11:01 AM Last Post By: HERDEYE
Jun 17, 2013 11:15 PM
Budget airlines flying to AlgeriaHi everyone,
does anyone know of any budget airlines that fly to Algeria? Especially, I'm looking for links between Algeria and
I've done research through booking engines that search Amadeus, Galileo etc. but I thought maybe there are any budget airlines (like AirArabia, Ryanair etc.) that can't be accessed through booking engines and that I'm not aware of.
Jun 18, 2013 9:12 AM
Jun 18, 2013 11:58 AM
2The most budget you'll get to Europe is Aigle Azur, Algeria doesn't have communal air transportation rights for lo-costs from Morocco so that's a non-starter at the moment although I hear from my colleagues in Algeria that Tallassi might be trying to do more.
From Morocco to UAE, you should look at Air Arabia, possibly involving a change of aircraft in Alexandria
Jun 19, 2013 5:44 AM
3I agree with the information of anillos, the only safe bet is vueling from algeria to europe.
There are NO flights with air arabia to algeria.
As for morocco this is the worst case, you are left with air algeria or royal air morocco, this is not cheap.
Advice: plan your trips all in advance, some airlines will give you a reduction if you buy a combined ticket with several stops. And use vueling for europe.
Jun 19, 2013 12:27 PM
4Thanks everyone for your suggestions.
I will probably be going UAE-Algeria-Morocco-Europe. So Morocco-Europe is easy with Ryanair etc. UAE-Algeria seems to be close to 300 Euros no matter how hard I try to find better fares. Algeria-Morocco is ridiculous at almost 200 Euros.
Just had a crazy idea: could take a ferry Algeria-Spain (Acciona seems to go) and then Spain-Morocco (have done that before). But not sure if that's worth the hassle...
Or backtrack from Algeria to Tunisia and fly Tunis-Morocco for 100 Euros...
It all just looks like big hassle or big bucks... :(
Jun 20, 2013 6:42 AM
5Just had a crazy idea: could take a ferry Algeria-Spain (Acciona seems to go) and then Spain-Morocco (have done that before). But not sure if that's worth the hassle...
Depending where in Morocco you want to end you could consider it... But you can easily figure out if it worths the hassle for you comparing the cost of that option with the cost of flights and comparing the travel times of both options.
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