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London Salalah from £515

A direct flight to Salalah from London takes 9 hours and 9 minutes. Many flights leave from Heathrow airport, which is easily accessible via London transportation services. If you're looking for a cheap flight, check online. There are numerous cheap flight deals to choose from. A stopover flight will consist of 1 or more connections. When selecting stopover flights, prepare for a longer journey. Waiting time and the number of connections your flight makes determines the length of your journey. Stopover flights can take over 30 hours to reach Salalah from London. Various airlines travel to Salalah from London, including Oman Air, Qatar Airways, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. International cities that these flights tend to stop at include Muscat, Doha, Dubai and Kuwait. Once your flight arrives at the airport, you can take a courtesy bus, taxi or use public transport to continue on to your hotel. The car hire desk is situated at the Arrivals concourse and taxis are arranged by the Airport Taxi counter, outside the Arrivals department.

Best Prices for a Flight ticket London - Salalah: Selection by airline companies

  • Qatar Airways

    London Salalah

    Thu 19 Jan - Sat 04 Feb

  • Egyptair

    London Salalah

    Mon 20 Feb - Mon 27 Feb

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  • Qatar Airways

    London Salalah

    Thu 19 Jan - Sat 04 Feb

  • Qatar Airways

    London Salalah

    Tue 01 Nov - Fri 11 Nov

  • Wizz Air

    London Salalah

    Mon 19 Dec - Mon 26 Dec

  • Egyptair

    London Salalah

    Mon 20 Feb - Mon 27 Feb

  • Qatar Airways

    London Salalah

    Sun 21 May - Tue 30 May

  • Gulf Air

    London Salalah

    Mon 19 Dec - Wed 04 Jan

Cheap London - Salalah Flights

To travel between London and Salalah at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Salalah flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Salalah flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Salalah 1 Sumahram Old City

The ancient city of Sumahram was a port and the place that frankincense, before being sold worldwide, was stored. There is also a museum and gallery to enjoy and the ruins are well maintained.

2 Marneef Cave

The Marneef Cave is a wonderful place to visit. The natural water fountain, beautiful mountains and glorious panoramic views of the sea are awe-inspiring. Bring the family here for a enjoyable and relaxing day out.

3 Nabi Ayoubs Tomb

This religious site and cemetery, is the burial place of the prophet Job, or Nabi Ayoub. Many Muslims come here to pay their respects and the atmosphere is very peaceful and serene. Located in the mountains, the drive to Nabi Ayoubs Tomb is scenic and quite pleasant.

4 Museum of Frankincense Land

Salalah is known as the perfume capital of Arabia and Frankincense was a major export of Oman, throughout ancient times. The Museum of Frankincense Land, in Al Baleed, which was a part of the home to the frankincense tree, is an interesting place to visit

5 Wadi Darbat

Marvel at the beauty of Wadi Darbat. The landscape of this natural park is an incredible sight to see. The deep caverns and huge mountains juxtapose with verdant greenery and mesmerising waterfalls.

Required travel documents for Oman

Make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months upon entry into Oman. You will also need a visa, although this must be applied for upon arrival. Check with your GP no less than 8 weeks before your intended travel date, to ensure all vaccinations are up to date. Certain medications are banned from the country and it's wise to check with the Oman Ministry of Health website, at http://www.moh.gov.om/en/ if you intend to carry prescription drugs. Be sure to bring a copy of your prescription with you. London is 4 hours behind Salalah.
The natural beauty and historic sites of Salalah are impressive. Places like Sumahram Old City, Marneef Cave, Nabi Ayoubs Tomb, Museum of Frankincense Land and the Wadi Darbat are all worth a visit.