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Find cheap flights to Tangier in 2019 / 2020 to discover an ancient gateway to North Africa. Facing Europe over the Gibraltar Strait, this maritime and cultural crossroads has long been a magnet for artists and writers and even spies. Enjoying sunshine for much of the year, Tangier makes for a unique city break.

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When is the Cheapest Time to Fly to Tangier?

With Netflights you can view Tangier flights month-by-month to pick out best deals. The cheapest time to fly to Tangier is from February to early June or in November and December. January sees a spike in prices and visitors heading for winter sun and the Berber New Year celebrations. Flights to Tangier are slightly more expensive during July and August. The best weather is from the early spring to early autumn.

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

Aim to book your return flights around two months prior to travel to secure a bargain, especially if you’re heading to the TanJAZZ festival, when the city is at its most lively. Last-minute flights can pop up throughout the year, so it’s worth checking for them frequently. Stay clear from travel on Fridays and Mondays to avoid the weekend travel surge.

Flying to Tangier Ibn Battuta Airport TNG

Tangier Ibn Battuta Airport (TNG) is named after a Moroccan traveller who was born in Tangier. Previously known as the Tanger-Boukhalef Airport, TNG is located around 12 km southeast from central Tangier and was modernised in 2008. At present, there are no direct flights from the United Kingdom to Tangier, but you can find indirect return flights from London City, London Heathrow and London Gatwick with British Airways and Iberia (via Madrid), TAP Air Portugal (via Lisbon) and Royal Air Maroc (via Casablanca). Search for last-minute flights and indirect flights to Tangier on Netflights and compare the latest deals from top airlines. Choose to depart the airport that’s best for you; you can check in for Tangier flights at Manchester and well as multiple London airports.

On Arrival and Getting Around the Airport

Because the airport is a small airport with only two terminals, it’s easy to find your way around and access all areas of it on foot. There are good, clean facilities as well as limited shopping, a cafeteria and a few restaurants. Free Wi-Fi, a post office and money exchange services are all available. The new terminal also contains an art gallery.

Getting to the City from Tangier Ibn Battuta Airport TNG

There are no public transport options available from Tangier Ibn Battuta Airport (TNG). However, ‘Grand Taxis’ are available for hire 24 hours a day outside the arrivals hall. These all operate with fixed charges set by the Moroccan Government. The journey time from the airport to the city centre is around 20 minutes. Small, local taxis can drop off passengers at the airport, but they are not permitted to pick up passengers.

Why visit Tangier?

Tangier is a unique blend of Africa and Europe and a fascinating crucible of cultures, which attracts travellers curious to discover the face of North Africa. With an ancient Portuguese-walled medina, bustling souks and architecture that spans aeons, Tangier is a feast for the senses. Made famous by its big-name literary residents and counting Mic Jagger among its fans, the city’s historic independence from the rest of Morocco has made it synonymous with a free-thinking and artistic way of life. With a white-washed old town, glorious beaches and a brand-new harbour, Tangier is just as alluring now as it ever has been.
Famous Tangier sites include the palace of the Sultans of Morocco, Dar el Makhzen, now a museum of national artefacts, and the Kasbah Museum of Mediterranean Cultures. Take a crash course in Tangier’s history at the Fondation Lorin, housed in an old synagogue, or take a trip up to the lighthouse and castle at Cape Malabata. Isn’t it time you found cheap flights to Tangier?

Don't Forget Before you Fly

Those travelling with a British passport don’t need a visa to enter Morocco for tourism purposes and are eligible to stay for up to three months. Ensure that your passport is stamped upon entry, that there is no damage to the passport and that it’s valid for the duration of your stay. You can exchange money into the local Moroccan dirham in the arrivals hall of Terminal 2, but it’s a good idea to have enough for your onward journey with you upon arrival.

Min / Max Temperature (°C)
LOWEST

8 °C

AVG

17 °C

HIGHEST

28 °C

Rainfall (mm)
LOWEST

2 mm

AVG

64.3 mm

HIGHEST

141 mm

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