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Fly from Manchester to Islamabad
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Destination information for Islamabad
Flight duration7 hrs 45 mins
Airports serving Manchester
- Manchester International (MAN)
Airports close to Islamabad
- Rawalpindi International (ISB)
Average temperature for June in Islamabad38.1 °C
Avg rainfall for June in Islamabad44.1 mm
Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan, one of the largest countries in South Asia.
This green, low-rise city has got a bit of everything – natural history museums, rose gardens, mosques and monuments. It’s also a great place for a spot of brunch. Best of all, Islamabad is within throwing distance of the mountainous Margalla Hills and scenic Shakar Parian National Park.
Luckily, there’s a direct flight to Islamabad. It takes around 8 hours from Manchester Airport.
How long is the flight from Manchester to Islamabad?
Direct flights take between 7.5 and 8.5 hours.
Otherwise, it depends on what your stopovers are like. Indirect flights could last anything from 12 to 55 hours.
Which airlines operate flights from Manchester to Islamabad?
Pakistan International Airlines puts on seasonal direct flights.
If you don’t mind a stopover, you could also fly with Oman Air, Etihad Airways, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates or Air Berlin.
How frequent are flights between Manchester and Islamabad?
There’s a direct Manchester to Islamabad flight at least once a week. You can also choose from up to 50 flights with stopovers.
Which airports serve Manchester and Islamabad?
All flights travel between Manchester Airport and Benazir Bhutto International Airport, AKA Islamabad International.
Which direct flight route between Manchester and Islamabad is cheapest?
There’s only one direct flight from Manchester to Islamabad. Flights with stopovers are often cheaper, but they can take a lot longer.
A flight from Manchester to Islamabad delivers you straight to the capital city of Pakistan.
Most of the must-sees gather in the many green spaces of the city. Shakar Parian National Park serves up the Lok Virsa Museum, Pakistan Museum of Natural History and a jasmine garden. Then there’s Lake View Park, where families make a beeline for the racing track and aviary.
The modern Faisal Mosque is another must-see. It’s one of the tallest buildings in the city and sits in the slopes of the Margalla Hills.
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