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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Addis Ababa?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $366 and $149 for one-way flights to Addis Ababa for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
MXP Addis Ababa Mar 23 - Mar 30 $366
BEY Addis Ababa May 12 - Jun 27 $388
FCO Addis Ababa Mar 11 - Mar 16 $453
FCO Addis Ababa Mar 11 - Mar 16 $453
LGW Addis Ababa Mar 11 - Mar 16 $509
IAD Addis Ababa Mar 2 - Apr 2 $699
YYZ Addis Ababa Mar 23 - Apr 22 $853
SEA Addis Ababa Apr 21 - May 4 $990
CMN Addis Ababa May 16 - Jun 4 $1,118
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
BEY Addis Ababa Feb 29 - Mar 8 $418
LHR Addis Ababa Mar 1 - Apr 10 $568
IAD Addis Ababa Mar 1 - Mar 13 $799
YYZ Addis Ababa Mar 1 - Apr 1 $999
SEA Addis Ababa Mar 1 - Apr 30 $1,204
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Addis Ababa Flight Information

Traveling toAddis Ababa
Lowest Price$366
Number of Airlines Serving
Airlines ServingEthiopian Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Emirates
Number of Daily Flights
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FAQs about Addis Ababa Flights

Which airlines fly to Addis Ababa?

There aren't many carriers that service Addis Ababa. So, if you're planning to embark on your long-anticipated trip from here, secure a seat with Japan Transocean Air as soon as you can.

What airport is best to fly into Addis Ababa?

Addis Ababa Airport (ADD-Bole Intl.) is approximately 2 miles (3 kilometers) from the center of Addis Ababa. It's the only airport in the city, so there's no risk of your cabbie transporting you to the wrong one!

Where to stay in Addis Ababa

If you're after somewhere indulgent to base yourself, slip between the soft white sheets at the Nazra Hotel. If you'd rather cut costs on your accommodations, consider a budget option like the Keba Guest House.

Places to visit in Addis Ababa

Broaden your cultural experiences at Holy Trinity Cathedral, the region's principal church of worship. Want some more ideas? From remarkable dignitaries to memorable dates, National Museum of Ethiopia houses exhibits that are worth seeing. And that's not all. Don't miss the opportunity to stroll around Meskel Square, a piazza which has helped grow the economy, social life and culture here.

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Addis Ababa

If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport bars and restaurants and less time wading through security on your way to Addis Ababa, follow these suggestions:

  • Airport security staff will expect to see your boarding pass and passport as part of their checks. Store them in a convenient place, so they're all ready for inspection.
  • Belts, coins and power banks are to be put in a tub for X-raying. If you pass through the body scanner with any one of these items, you'll be requested to turn back and remove them.
  • Laptops, digital cameras and other electronic devices must be placed in a bin to be X-rayed.
  • When it comes to flying with liquids or gels, every passenger is permitted a quart-sized clear resealable bag to transport containers no bigger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Think about your choice of footwear. Slippers are awesome because they're a piece of cake to step out of for the airport security checks. Try wearing a pair on your next journey!
  • The list of non-permissible items is forever updating. Browse your carrier's official website for what is not allowed on board their aircraft.

Flights To Addis Ababa

There's no place quite like Addis Ababa on the African continent. Situated as the political, cultural, and social hub of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa is a cosmopolitan city that will enchant visitors from every walk of life. Cheap vacation packages to Addis Ababa offer tourists a chance to experience this bustling capital, with the option of side trips to Ethiopia's breathtaking natural wonders outside the city. Fly into Bole International Airport (ADD), located less than three miles from the city center, and set off from there. Ethiopia is perhaps most famous for its hearty cuisine, and what better way to refuel after a day of walking the storied streets of Addis Ababa than to sit down with a roll of injera and some good company?

Transportation from ADD

As Ethiopian Airlines' base, flights to Addis Ababa are easy to find from most major airports. Once your choice of Addis Ababa flights has landed, there are several transit options to Addis Ababa hotels. For the truly adventurous, try the local minibus system: blue and white vehicles will take you almost anywhere you need to go for an unbeatable price, as long as you don't mind being a little cramped. For a little extra peace of mind, private yellow and green taxis will take you where you need to go with more efficiency. If you're staying close to the airport, some hotels will offer free shuttles. Other Addis Ababa hotels might charge a fee, but it's usually a small one. Once at the hotel, rejoice! There's a marvelous city awaiting your arrival.

Make Yourself at Home in Addis Ababa

The Addis Merkato is Africa's largest outdoor market, and, like Addis Ababa as a whole, you're almost guaranteed to find what you're looking for and more. Travelocity can help you save up to $537 on airfare and accommodation when you book cheap flights to Addis Ababa and a hotel at the same time.

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.