Destinations and Countries
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Why is Andorra hard to visit?
Andorra is located in the Pyrenees region near Spain and France and is one of the smallest countries in Europe. This makes it hard for aircraft to fly into.
How do I fly to Andorra?
Toulouse-Blagnac airport (TLS) which is based in France is one of the closest airports to Andorra. Airlines that fly there - easyJet, iberia, British Airways, KLM, TAP Portugal, Air France which you can buy online with Alternative Airlines.
You can also travel to Andorra by flying to Barcelona-El Prat in Barcelona. The airlines that fly there include Ryanair, Avianca, LATAM Airlines, Air Europa, Aeromexico, Delta Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Korean Air, Middle East Airlines (MEA) and Aeroflot.
Why is Liechtenstein hard to visit?
As Liechtenstein is a small country, there are no airports located there. The nearest airport to Liechtenstein is Zurich in Switzerland.
How do I fly to Liechtenstein?
You can book flights to Liechtenstein with Alternative Airlines to fly to Zurich in Switzerland and then take the train to the Liechtenstein. Airlines that fly to Zurich include easyJet, Lufthansa, Swiss International Airlines, Iberia and KLM. If you are looking for domestic flights within Switzerland to then travel on to Liechtenstein, you can book flights on Edelweiss Air, Germania Flug and Helvetic Airways with Alternative Airlines.
Why is Monaco hard to fly to?
Monaco is described as the safest place in Europe to visit, with grand yachts, cruises and famous for the Monaco Grand Prix. Monaco is slightly difficult to fly to because it is a small sovereign city state in the French Riviera.
How do I fly to Monaco?
You cannot fly into Monaco, however, the nearest airport to visit is Cote d’Azur airport located approximately 14 miles away from Monaco in Nice, France. Flights from New York are available and can be booked via Alternative Airlines on airlines including TAP Air Portugal, Aeroflot and Polish LOT airlines.
Why is Nepal hard to fly to?
How do I fly to Nepal?
Is it safe to fly to Tunisia?
Tunisia is a relatively safe country to fly to and the beach resorts and tourist attractions are still open for the public. Some governing bodies advise travel to Tunisia, however airlines are still flying to the country.
How do I fly to Tunisia?
If you are looking to fly to Tunisia, the main airports are Tunis Carthage International Airport, Enfidha - Hammamet and Djerba Zarzis International. Airlines that fly to Tunis Carthage Airport include Lufthansa, Tunisair and Alitalia, Air Malta and Royal Air Maroc, which you can book with the online travel agency Alternative Airlines.
It’s easy to book flights to Djerba with Alternative Airlines on Air France, Turkish Airlines as well as the national carrier Tunisair.
Is it safe to fly to Libya?
Libya is has experienced internal clashes since the civil uprising in 2011, making the country difficult to fly to. Travel to Libya is advised against and the main International Airport, Tripoli International Airport, is no longer operational so there are no direct flights to that airport. However, flights to Libya have not been suspended and you can still fly to Mitiga Airport in Tripoli.
How do I fly to Libya?
If you are looking to fly to Libya, you can book flights online with Alternative Airlines to Mitiga Airport, in Tripoli, on the following airlines: Tunisair and Turkish Airlines.
Central African Republic
Is it safe to fly to Central African Republic?
Central African Republic has seen many clashes in many parts of the country, near Bangui. However, airlines continue to fly there. Bangui M'Poko International Airport is the main airport of Central African Republic where all the international airlines fly into. There are many smaller airports for domestic flights.
How do I fly to Central African Republic?
Many international airline carriers fly to Bangui M'Poko International Airport in the Central African Republic, which include: Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Kenya Airways, Air France and Air Europa. Domestic airlines that fly into Bangui M'Poko International Airport.
Is it safe to fly to Eritrea?
Many government bodies advise against all travel to Eritrea due to piracy and landmines, however we understand that many families and business travelers need to fly there which you can book with Alternative Airlines.
If you are traveling around Eritrea but worried about carrying your bank cards, we recommend the safest way is to link your bank cards to a PayPal account and use PayPal to pay for your flights. That way you won't need to carry any credit or debit card with you and only remember the e-mail address you registered with and the password. Alternative Airlines accepts PayPal to pay for any flight on any airline and we recommend it as a safe method for travel.
How do I fly to Eritrea?
There are flights to Asmara in Eritrea that you can book via Alternative Airlines. You can fly internationally from London airports on Turkish Airlines, Emirates or bmi Regional. Flights from the US are on EgyptAir, Ethiopian Airlines, United Airlines and Singapore Airlines. There are also connecting flights which you can contact Alternative Airline about.
Is the Democratic Republic of Congo safe to visit?
Travel advice to the Congo varies but the general advice is that it is unsafe to visit and The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advises all travel to the provinces within Congo. This is due to the unstable situation of military operations and unrest.
How do I fly to the Congo?
There are flights to Brazzaville (BRZ) based in Congo on Royal Air Maroc, Delta, Kenya Airways or Air France. You can also fly to Pointe Noire on Delta, Brussels Airlines and Ethiopian Airlines.