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Flights to Wuhan

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When to Book

Cheap flights to Wuhan can often be found about two months before the trip. However, by comparing rates, you can also find good deals on last-minute flights to Wuhan.

 

The weather in Wuhan is often most pleasant in spring and fall. However, with interesting festivals available year-round, any time of year can be good for a visit to this Chinese city.

 

Airports With Direct Flights From the U.K.

Although direct flights are not available from the U.K. to Wuhan, flights with one or two stops will get you there. From Heathrow Airport (LHR), travellers can fly to Wuhan Tianhe International Airport (WUH) with one or two layovers. Norwich Airport (NWI) and Belfast International Airport (BHD) also offer flights with two stops.

 

Airlines That Fly to Wuhan From the U.K.

Travellers who fly from Heathrow Airport will have the most selection of airlines that fly to China, making it the best airport for cheap flights to Wuhan. Options include Air France, Singapore Airlines, China Eastern and Hainan Airlines.

 

Other airports also offer last-minute flights to Wuhan. KLM flies from Norwich, and China Eastern flies to Wuhan from Belfast.

 

Airports

Wuhan Tianhe International Airport is located north of the city. It is about a 30-minute drive from the airport to downtown. This airport is a major hub for China Eastern Airlines, which offers many last-minute flights to Wuhan.

 

All international flights to Wuhan operate out of Terminal 3. A shuttle bus takes travellers between terminals. Terminal 3 also offers a transportation hub, so visitors can easily catch buses and Metro trains to the city. There are intercity trains that leave from the terminal, and taxi services are available.

 

When to Go

One of the best times to visit Wuhan is during the Lantern Festival in March. Visitors will enjoy seeing the lantern decorations and eating dumplings. Another spectacle that travellers may want to witness is the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival. This spring or early summer event features dragon boats racing down the city's river. In October, the Wuhan International Tourist Festival features parades and performances.

 

What's the Weather Like?

Wuhan has a four-season climate. Spring and fall are the most pleasant. Visitors will appreciate the mild temperatures between 15 and 21 degrees Celsius and the moderate rainfall during March, April, September and October.

 

Winters are dry, but they can be chilly with temperatures in the -1 degrees and 4 degrees, so pack cold-weather gear. Look for hotels in Wuhan that offer heated facilities.

 

City Guide: What to See and Do

The Yangtze River runs through Wuhan. Along the riverbanks are stretches of attractive park areas.

 

Visitors to Wuhan can see many artifacts from ancient China. Many of these are in the Hubei Provincial Museum. The Yellow Crane Tower is an old structure that travelers can climb for impressive views.

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