Flights from Birmingham to Agadir

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Flight information Manchester to Agadir

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Average flight time, total distance 1632 miles

3h 40min


1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Agadir: Agadir.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Manchester to Agadir is £40. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
3h 40min is the average flight time from Manchester to Agadir.
There are 4 airlines who fly direct from Manchester to Agadir.
As of October, there are 8 flights per week flying from Manchester to Agadir.

Flight Information

Cheap flights from Birmingham to Agadir are available on a daily basis. Flights from Birmingham to Agadir leave from Birmingham Airport (BHX) and arrive at Agadir-Al Massira Airport (AGA). Numerous airlines make the trip from Birmingham to Agadir, including Air France, Royal Air Maroc, and Alitalia. Flybe, Qatar Airways, Air Berlin, and Germanwings also help get travellers to Agadir.

The majority of the flights from Birmingham to Agadir involve two to three layovers. These layovers can occur in a variety of locations, including France and Morocco. Other locations where travellers may have layovers include Qatar and Italy. There are occasionally cheap flights from Birmingham to Agadir that have one layover in Paris; however, this layover can require travellers to actually change airports. December is a good month to plan your trip within since you can find some of the cheapest tickets then.

It is recommended that those flying from Birmingham to Agadir arrive at Birmingham Airport about 90 minutes before their flight is scheduled to depart. Travellers going to Morocco will need a passport that is valid for the length of the trip.

Birmingham airport has one passenger terminal building where travellers check-in and depart on international flights. The terminal has shops, restaurants, and other services that travellers may need. Before departing, travellers can grab a bite to eat at Wetherspoon or get a drink at All Bar One. Shops include Accessorize, Boots, and WHSmith Books.

Agadir-Al Massira Airport has one large terminal where international travellers will arrive. Once at the airport, travellers can eat at the cafeteria, visit one of the shops, or talk to a travel agent if they have questions about their trip. Car rental services are available for those who did not reserve a car before their flight. Passengers can also arrange a transfer to their hotel if they do not want to rent a car.

Climate and Weather in Agadir

Agadir has a subtropical-semiarid climate that features warm summers and mild winters. The average temperatures in Agadir are 26 °C in July and August and about 15 °C in January. In December, the city experiences an average of 63 millimetres of rain. Agadir receives almost no rain between June and September.

Travellers are recommended to visit Agadir in July or during the summer when the sea temperatures are at their warmest. However, this coincides with the peak travel season, so travellers may want to visit during the off season if they're on a budget.

Dining in and Getting Around Agadir

The cost of dining out in Agadir is far more affordable than in Birmingham. In some cases, a meal at an inexpensive restaurant in Agadir can be less than half the cost of a meal at an inexpensive restaurant in Birmingham. Public transport will be about 80% cheaper, but petrol for a rental car is only about 30% cheaper than in Birmingham.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.