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Karachi

Find cheap flights to Karachi and discover ‘Pakistan’s New York’, a loud, bustling melting pot that’s more liberal than the rest of the country. Situated next to the Arabian Sea, the city is home to beautiful urban beaches, breathtaking Islamic architecture and crowded, historic markets. With a rapidly expanding population, Karachi is a city to watch in 2019 / 2020.

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When is the Cheapest Time to Fly to Karachi?

With very hot summers, the best time to visit Karachi is typically between November and March. December and January have the most social events, so keep in mind that flights to Karachi will spike in price during these months. Book in advance or find bargain last-minute flights in the shoulder seasons. With Netflights, you can view Karachi flights month-by-month, helping you choose the best flight for your schedule and budget.

When is the Best Time to Book your Flight to Karachi?

You’re more likely to find cheap flights to Karachi when you book at least two months before your departure date. Avoid travelling during European or Pakistani holidays or Fridays and Mondays to find good deals on last-minute flights. June is the most difficult month in Karachi weather-wise, so unless you have a good reason to visit, avoid visiting during this month.

Flying to Jinnah International Airport KHI

Jinnah International Airport (KHI) is named after the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. As the largest international airport in the country, it sees Karachi flights from the United Kingdom (UK) arriving daily. There are very few airlines that offer direct flights to Karachi, but with Netflights, you can compare return flights from top airlines, such as British Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines. Stopovers are in the airline’s home country: Abu Dhabi with Etihad, Istanbul with Turkish Airlines, Dubai with Emirates and Doha with Qatar. London Heathrow and London Gatwick have the most departures, but you can search for return flights from airlines all over the UK with Netflights and choose flights to Karachi that are convenient for your location.

On Arrival and Getting Around the Airport

There are two terminals in KHI. The Jinnah East Satellite Concourse is reserved for international flights, while the Jinnah West Satellite Concourse is used for domestic flights. The terminals have two satellite concourses and are linked to each other by corridors. In addition to 85 check-in desks and 12 gates, the airport is easy to navigate and has good facilities in both the arrival and departure areas, such as duty-free shopping and plenty of information desks.

Getting to the City Karachi Airport KHI

A booking counter for Radio Cab and taxi or shuttle services (air conditioned or otherwise) is located in the international arrivals hall. These private transport services operate around the clock from the airport and travel to all destinations in the city. Taxis are available at lane three of the arrivals concourse area; be sure to confirm the fee with your driver before starting your onward journey. Regular bus services connect the airport to the city centre with travel time hovering around 50 minutes. Buses are the most economical way to travel, but they can take longer during peak travel times.

Why visit Karachi?

Karachi is Pakistan's most diverse city, where people from all over the country come together in a blend of the old and the new. In addition to an entrepreneurial spirit, Karachi is known for its modern music and arts scene. Architectural gems include Mohatta Palace, made from the pink Jodhpur sandstone, the colonial-era Frere Hall and Masjid e Tooba mosque, the largest single-domed mosque in the world. Mazar-e-Quaid, a beautiful, white, marble mausoleum in a modernist-Mogul style, is an iconic sight in Karachi.
Travellers interested in the modern face of Pakistan should find themselves flights to Karachi in 2019 / 2020. But if the hustle and bustle of the city gets to be too much for you, head to Clifftop Beach to take a stroll or camel ride along the sand or to Karachi Safari Park, known for its resident elephants and swan lakes. Don’t miss the city’s museums and galleries; the Vision Art Gallery, Pakistani Maritime Museum and Jinnah House Museum are among the best.

Don't Forget Before you Fly

If you’re travelling to Pakistan with a British passport, you will need to obtain a visa by contacting the High Commission for Pakistan in London via their website. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months after the date of your visa application. You can use the currency exchange facilities at the airport to change pounds into Pakistani rupees, but it’s always a good time to bring some rupees with you if you can.

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35 °C

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