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Cheap Flights to Bangor
|Popular in||August||High demand for flights, 16% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||January||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||£818||Average for round-trip flights in October 2020|
|Round-trip from||£489||From London to Bangor|
When is the best time to fly to Bangor?
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LON - BGR
£523 - £1,704
-8 - 22 °C
0 - 6 mm
Which day is cheapest to fly to Bangor?
The cheapest flights to Bangor are usually found when departing on a Monday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Sunday.
What time of day is cheapest to fly to Bangor?
Flights at midday are typically the cheapest time of the day to fly to Bangor. Flights in the evening are usually the most expensive.
When to fly to Bangor
The winter months of November to March can be extremely cold with heavy snowfall but it’s the best time for ski enthusiasts to book a cheap flight to Bangor as they will find plenty of resorts close by.
For sightseeing the best times to book a flight to Bangor and visit are between May and October, when the temperatures are more comfortable. Be prepared for rain though, as it is fairly heavy all year round.
The Bangor State Fair, one of the oldest in the US, is held every July and combines an agricultural show with carnival and live concerts. Another annual event which attracts visitors is the dangerous Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race which takes place in April.
Facts to know before booking a flight to Bangor: the city lies on the Penobscot River in the US state of Maine and is a city of pleasing 19th century architecture. The town centre and the historic waterfront have been restored and are now pleasant places to explore with cafes and restaurants, galleries and museums as well as several bookshops. Part of the city was destroyed by fire in 1911 and the rebuilt area has been preserved and is known as the Great Fire of 1911 Historic District.
Museum lovers will find several of interest, such as the Police Department Museum and the Maine Discovery Museum for children. Evening entertainment can be found at the Penobscot Theatre or in the Opera House. For brilliant panoramic views of the area, especially of the surrounding woods when the leaves change colour book a flight to Bangor in September and October, climb the 100 steps to the top of the Thomas Hill Standpipe, an old water tower.
The area around the city is great for sports enthusiasts and nature lovers, with its rugged mountains and stunning scenery. All sorts of sporting activities are available, such as hiking, cycling, white water canoeing, snow mobiling and kayaking. Acadia National Park is a comfortable hour’s drive away with its beautiful pink granite hilltops and blue lakes.
The historic areas of Bangor and its waterfront are all easily accessible by foot. A lack of local bus services means that a car or campervan is necessary if you wish to explore further afield. Public roads are scarce to the north and west of Bangor and permits are needed to cross the private roads that run through the woods. There are several quirky guided tours on offer in Bangor itself. Madams & Murders will take you into the city’s murky past and Ghostly Bangor is an evening tour. The town is very photogenic and the Mt. Hope Tour for Photographers will help you take advantage of this in the early morning light.
Getting to the city from the airport
All flight to Bangor land at Bangor International Airport (BGR) which connects with many international US airports of which one is Boston, the airport is situated only 3 miles (4.8 km) from the town. There is a regular bus service between the town as well as plentiful local taxis and limousine services. It is also possible to rent a car at the airport and if you wish to travel outside of the town, this would be the best option.