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Known for its exceptional service, punctuality and affordable prices, Lufthansa Airways is the most preferred airline by passengers to fly from Addis Ababa to Leeds. The delicious in-flight menu is also an additional reason to book your Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds.
In all, Lufthansa Airways operates 4 flights between Addis Ababa and Leeds each day. The first Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds departs at 23:40 and the last Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds departs at 23:40. So, no matter, what time of the day you need to fly from Addis Ababa to Leeds or what time you need to fly back from Leeds to Addis Ababa, Lufthansa Airways has got your back.
If you are planning to book your Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds on 2021-10-17, the minimum price is Rs. 255692 for your Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds at 23:40 and the maximum price is Rs. 256808 for your Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds at 23:40.
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How Long Does Lufthansa Airways Flight Take To Reach Leeds from Addis Ababa
The direct i.e. the nonstop Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds at 23:40 will help you reach Leeds in 12h 50m. However, the connecting Lufthansa Airways flight from Addis Ababa to Leeds at 23:40 will help you reach Leeds in 23h 45m.
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About Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa is the capital of Ethiopia and is one of the most important cities in Africa. It is also the largest city in Ethiopia. The city is also considered as the political capital of Africa since it houses the headquarters of the African Union and United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. It is situated in the foothills of Entoto Mountains and is one of the five highest capital cities of the world. Ethiopia is known for producing the best coffee in the world, and there's nothing better than actually flying to the country to try some. The city has a rich economic, scientific and political history and several museums that showcase these findings. In fact, you will also come across a museum that solely focuses on telling people how politics can make bad history. Not to mention, it is also a great place to go on a shopping spree for Ethiopian products, lots of coffee grounds and souvenirs. While Addis Ababa is not a popular vacation destination, a lot of travellers usually explore the city when they have a long layover. If you do not have any time constraints as such, you can definitely explore the city and be amazed at how it has progressed.
Best Time to Visit Addis Ababa
Ethiopia is called the Cradle of Mankind and is one of the best places to visit in Africa. January to March is a high season in Ethiopia. The temperature ranges from 10 to 24 degree Celsius with slight rainfalls. It doesn't rain as much in Addis Ababa, but it does in the other cities. Summer is the perfect time for you to spot wildlife like giraffes, wolves and ibex. You can also attend events like Timkat and Leddet in summer. Hiking in the Bale or Simien mountains is one of the only things that you will not be allowed to do in summer. Since this is high season, make sure you book your flight tickets to Addis Ababa in advance and book your hotels in Addis Ababa several weeks in advance. The prices begin to surge since the city welcomes a lot of tourists in this season.
April to September is a low tourist season in Addis Ababa since this is when the monsoon begins. The city can get pretty hot, sticky and uncomfortable in monsoon. While you might get cheap flight tickets to Addis Ababa in monsoon owing to the dip in tourism, it is best to postpone your trip. However, if you still visit the city in monsoon, you will be allowed to go sightseeing at certain parks like the Omo and Mago Valley, but the major attractions remain shut. The temperature ranges from 12 to 25 degree Celsius during summer. October to December is also summer in Addis Ababa, and the temperature ranges from 10 to 20 degree Celsius. However, it is still a shoulder season in the city where only a few tourists will be seen. The weather remains cooler as compared to the high season. October to December is also an ideal time to go hiking in the Simien mountains. You might come across some excellent flight deals to Addis Ababa online during the shoulder season. If you plan to visit any time between October and December, ensure that you make the most of this deal. You will also get great discounts at the hotel you will be staying in, or maybe you pick one that comes with a lot of offers.
Places to Visit in Addis Ababa
Addis Ababa has a lot of museums that narrate the sad story of its past. The 'Red Terror' Martyrs Memorial Museum is one of those museums that will shake you. It recalls the terrible incidents that have taken place in the city and give you a perspective in life. The National Museum is yet another popular tourist attraction that you can visit. St George Cathedral and Museum and Holy Trinity Cathedral are few of the other popular spots in the city that you cannot miss. Head over to Merkato if you want to go on a shopping spree. Fair warning: It will be crowded so be prepared for it. You can also visit the Lion of Judah Monument that holds a lot of significant positions in the city. The Derg Monument is a reminder to the people of Addis Ababa about the pain and struggles that they went through during the communist rule. You can also roam around the Addis Ababa University and be amazed at the beautiful campus. You can also climb up the Entoto Mountain and catch the panoramic view of the city from up here. It can get pretty overwhelming. However, make sure that you are hiking up the hill during the right season. It is not safe to hike in the mountains during monsoon. You can also visit the Addis Ababa Museum, which was founded in 1986. The city has a lot of museums and historical landmarks that you cannot miss.
Things to do in Addis Ababa
You can catch the magnificent view of the entire city from Mount Entoto. Hiking in the forest of Eucalyptus trees sure does count as quite an adventure. You can also sign for a sightseeing tour covering all the museums in the city. Mercato is Africa's biggest open-air market, and you will buy everything from handmade baskets to spices at the market. It also has a separate section where shopkeepers sell second-hand items. Head over to Tomoca Coffee for the most refreshing cup of freshly brewed Ethiopian coffee in different flavours. You can also order for Macchiato, which is equally excellent. The Red Terror Martyrs Memorial Museum is a great place to learn more about Ethiopia's tragic past. If you want to go on a shopping spree for traditional clothes, you can try the Shiro Meda; it is near the US Embassy in Addis Ababa. The restaurants in the city have a very active dance and music scene along with delicious food. Make sure you do try some of that. You can also check out the statue of Emperor Menelik II, who was the founder of Addis Ababa.
Lagar Railway Station is yet another tourist attraction that you cannot miss. It is the first-ever railway station in the city, and its unique architecture is what makes it special. Medhane Alem Church at Bole District is one of the biggest Ethiopian Orthodox Christian Churches, and it is breathtakingly beautiful. Head over to check out the Tiglachin (Dreg) Monument, which stands as a reminder that Ethiopia was victorious over all of its invaders. You can also sign up for a food tour in the city and get to know more about the culinary speciality here.
Food and Restaurants in Addis Ababa
Ethiopian food is known for being spicy, and while it may not be as popular as European or Asian food worldwide, it is worth trying. If you are new to Ethiopian food, your first experience will be out of this world. Addis Ababa has a lot of restaurants that serve traditional Ethiopian food with music and dance. They also have a lot of restaurants that serve other cuisines from all over the world and cannot be missed. Totot is a restaurant that specialises in Ethiopian cuisine. Make sure you order the Kitfo here that melts in your mouth and is quite spicy. The restaurant is packed on weekends so make sure you reach the restaurant early, so you don't have to wait for a long time. Yod Abyssinia is yet another restaurant that reflects the country's food, dance and music culture. The decor of the place is unique, and it is also quite close to the airport. You can order the tibs, Shiro and Doro wat here along with kitfo. The Addis Ababa restaurant in Arada can be a little difficult to find, but it is completely worth it. A lot of locals believe that the food here tastes like homemade food.
How to reach Addis Ababa (Transportation)
Addis Ababa Bole International Airport is about 6 km from the city centre. The flight connectivity to Addis Ababa from India is excellent. Ethiopian Airlines has direct flights to Addis Ababa from India. Egyptair, Kenya Airways and Emirates Airline also have flights to Addis Ababa with layovers at Cairo, Nairobi and Dubai. It might be difficult to get cheap flight tickets to Addis Ababa if you book at the last moment. If you book several weeks in advance, you might get exciting flight deals to Addis Ababa online that are worth exploring. It is quite convenient to get a cab or car rental service from the airport to your hotel. However, it is advisable to pre-book your cab online. You can also opt for an airport shuttle service that your hotel might offer. The airport also has premium lounges, restrooms and a lot of other services for the convenience of the passengers. The airport opened its first business class lounge in 2012, and they are also planning to add spas and another lounge soon.
Located in the northern English county of Yorkshire is the quaint and lovely city of Leeds. It is snuggled up on the banks of the Aire River and is recognised highly to be one of the fast-paced economies. The city also has some famous food and the third busiest railway station in the country.
Best time to visit Leeds
As a city that is predominantly known to be cold, the summers automatically become the best season to visit. Even in summer, Leeds is not really hot to be specific as the temperatures stand at 21 degree Celsius during the days. Now, this could also vary depending on the erratic changes in the temperatures. Mainly, it ranges from 13 degree Celsius to 21 degree Celsius. June to August is considered to witness the best of summers in Leeds as the temperatures are extremely favourable, especially if you come from a hot country and do not wish to see extremely cold temperatures. July and August's months see a proper summer in Leeds. It is undoubtedly the best time to visit Leeds and also comes with some surge in the tourism industry. The hotel reservations are severe as many people from around the country and world flock over to witness the Leeds summer. This results in a massive spike when booking hotels in Leeds. Even flight tickets to Leeds are expensive during their summers. Hence, you should make prior bookings and avoid the excess surge in rates.
No matter what happens, though, avoid winters. The temperature can get quite low, and the air would be very dreary. The city continues to keep the morale up by hosting festivals and events, including ringing in the alluring Christmas and New Year's. However, the brisk cold breeze and temperatures could be bad for you. Not to mention how it could also lead to frostbites and other health conundrums that accompany cold weathers. Leeds is also known to face the typical English weather with monsoon showers taking over amid summers and winters. The fickle nature of the rain often might disrupt with your touristy plans. But do not let it bring your spirit down as the city's spring and summer do have a pleasant vibe. The best thing about spring in Leeds is it comes with a slash in hotel prices. You can actually book hotels in Leeds for cheap during spring. In fact, the earlier you book your rooms and flight tickets, the better it is. You might even be able to snag some lovely online deals that would enable you to save up and spend more pounds on other activities in the city.
Places to visit Leeds
Leeds is home to some interesting attractions that would further add to the tourist fun. You can start your excursion by visiting the Harewood House. It is located in West Yorkshire and spans over 1,000 acres. The estate is known to be a member of the Treasure Houses of England. An interesting location that would engage you is the National Coal Mining Museum for England. You can actually learn more about the industry and its relevance to the Leeds economy. Temple Newsam is actually one of the popular sites and part of the Leeds Museum and & Galleries. The estate does have an interesting brown building with green expanses making the place's vibe serene. You should also check out the intriguing ruins of the Cistercian monastery called the Kirkstall Abbey. The picturesque ruins paint quite a picture and have been attracting photographers and artists. The National Science and Media Museum is the perfect place to explore more of Leeds' exhibitions of animation, photography, video games, television and everything related to media and science.
Things to do in Leeds
You have got to visit the Roundhay Park, which is one of the most extensive gardens in the city. The popular tourist attraction does accommodate a huge crowd and is perfect for picnics and other fun activities. There are lakes, woodlands, gardens and parklands that easily manage to attract the tourists. RHS Garden Harlow Carr is a public garden which has waterfalls and exquisite flowers and other plants. It recently merged with the Northern Horticulture Society. The place also has coffee shops which serve amazing food and beverages. If you are interested in art, then you should directly check out the Leeds Art Gallery. It has been recognised to be of national importance by the British government. The structure is also quite Victorian and has a fantastic architecture that would marvel you. You should also visit The Hepworth Wakefield to check out some of the best works of artist and sculptor Barbara Hepworth. You should also check out the Macao Tower Convention and Entertainment Centre. While you're at it, do not miss Senado Square and A-Ma Temple in the city.
Food and restaurants in Leeds
Leeds is touted to be one of the culinary gifts of the United Kingdom. The city, with its impressive array of restaurants and quality kitchen, takes food rather seriously. You will be thoroughly amazed to find the diversity in Leeds' restaurant culture. Do not be surprised by the plenty of curry houses in the city as they do have a slew of Indian restaurants. From basic budget restaurants to upscale Michelin-starred establishments, you will find food for all kinds of mood in Leeds. From Italian trattorias to Thai restaurants, you will find them all, and you will fall in love with them too. You can start your food expedition in the city from Aagrah. The best thing about this place is it raves Kashmiri dishes and also has room for the famous Hyderabadi-style food. It is quite famous among the Yorkshire locals. To engage in a more elegant setting with wood-cooked food, you can try OX Club. As stated, wood-fired cooking is phenomenal, and the barbeque grills just bring forth a beautiful smokey flavour. It's especially perfect as you relish the lovely spring weather in Leeds.
Another upscale establishment is The Man Behind the Curtain. The setting of the place is rather compelling, not to mention how the food that borders pretence works well for them. It is undoubtedly an experience worth engaging in. The city also indulges in South American cuisine as they have the Brazilian steakhouse, Fazenda, as its jewel. The establishment is the kind which doesn't just offer exquisite skewered meat but also falls in the budget. Sukhothai is a cute mid-range restaurant which boasts classic Thai food. It actually has many branches within the city and offers authentic dishes from the South-East Asian kitchen. If you do miss home and wish to indulge in some Gujarati vegetarian food, you can find that here as well. Hansa's is a popular restaurant in Leeds that has often earned many accolades in the culinary world of Leeds for being the best vegetarian restaurant hub. The Gujarati thalis, especially, are a rage. You can further check out places like Roots and Fruits, Tharavadu, Nation of Shopkeepers and Prashad.
How to reach Leeds
There is no direct way to reach Leeds from India and flights is the only way out. Sadly though, there are no nonstop flights that fly to Leeds from Indian cities. Even though the demand to visit Leeds is quite a lot in the country, there are no dedicated flights from any of the Indian airlines. Luckily though, the flight connectivity to Leeds is impeccable as there are many international airlines that have regular services to the city. Airlines such as KLM Royal Dutch, Air France, Swiss, Lufthansa, Etihad Airways, Air France, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways, to name a few, have excellent services and connectivity to Leeds. The most popular route to reach Leeds is via Amsterdam and London. Many flights often connect to KLM Royal Dutch to fly to Leeds. Aside from Amsterdam, London and Paris are other famous international routes chosen to fly to Leeds. Since European cities are considered to be the best way to reach Leeds, a Schengen transit visa is required. You will have to apply for a transit visa for flight connectivity. This can be done online or by visiting the embassy.
The duration of flights varies from 13 hours to 15 hours, depending on the layover, change of flights and weather in Leeds. The UK weather is famed for its eccentric and untimely monsoon. Hence, this often disrupts with the flight behaviour and causes delays too. The flight tickets to Leeds are actually quite reasonable. As long as you make prior bookings of flights to Leeds, you will be able to avail some of the benefits. There is a slew of online flight deals to Leeds that can be availed, provided you make prior bookings. Even though the flights are cheap and affordable to Leeds, it would be better to get more discounts from the rates. The pounds saved can be instead spent on luxury accommodation. Speaking of, you can also make your hotel bookings in Leeds. Once again, prior booking of hotels in Leeds would help you as you will be able to get some discounts and online deals. You can opt for some budget rooms or even luxe hotels in the city. The best way to save money would be to book flights and hotels in Leeds together.
About Lufthansa Airlines
Deutsche Lufthansa or popularly referred to as Lufthansa is a German airline which, in combination with their subsidiaries, is the second largest airline in Europe, with respect to passenger traffic. The airline is the former flag carrier and is derived from German words Luft and Hansa which translates to air and Hanseatic leagues, respectively. Lufthansa is also a recognised founding member of Star Alliance, which is identified as one of the world's largest airline alliance. The airline alliance was formed in 1997. Lufthansa also has many subsidiary airlines such as Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines and Eurowings, to name a few. Along with this, Deutsche Lufthansa AG has also invested in a slew of aviation-related ventures, including LSG Sky Chefs and Lufthansa Technik, that are also part of Lufthansa Group. The airline's registered office, as well as corporate headquarters, is located in Cologne, Germany. Lufthansa majorly operates from Frankfurt Airport as it is the primary hub. The secondary hub for the airline is Munich Airport.
Until 1994, Lufthansa was a state-owned venture. The airline shares have been traded publicly as the company is listed on all German stock exchanges since 1966. Additionally, the shares of Deutsche Lufthansa AG stocks are also traded electronically with the use of the Xetra system. At the end of 2019, the airline's shareholder register revealed that the German investors have 67.3 per cent of ownership. Meanwhile, the second-largest group to hold a maximum number of shareholding is from Luxembourg, with 10.4 per cent stakes. Lufthansa also has shares from the US, which accounts for 8.1 per cent shares and is followed by Ireland and the United Kingdom with 3.6 per cent, respectively. The free float for the airline shares about 100 per cent, according to the definition of the Deutsche Börse. According to the reporting date, 58 per cent of Lufthansa's shares were previously held by institutional investors, while 42 per cent were taken up by private individuals. Lufthansa group also sees investment from Lansdowne Partners International Ltd. and BlackRock Inc. with 4.9 per cent and 3.1 per cent respectively.
Even though Lufthansa's head office is located in Cologne, much of the departments are still not part of the headquarters. While part of the operations works from the Cologne office, the others continue to work from the Lufthansa Aviation Centre that is located in Frankfurt Airport. These departments include Media Relations, Corporate Communications and Investor Relations. Lufthansa's current livery is an encircled crane with the background of dark blue. The vertical stabiliser along with the rear fuselage are all painted in dark blue while the tail cone remains white. The main fuselage also has the name of the airlines etched above the windows, in dark blue.
Fleet size of Lufthansa
Lufthansa group currently owns over 700 aircraft. It is known to be one of the largest airline fleets in the world. Lufthansa follows a tradition of naming all the planes that is part of its fleet. Starting from the first flight name Berlin, which serves Frankfurt to New York intercontinental route, they have since named many other 707 planes Hamburg, Bonn, Frankfurt and Munchen. The tradition continued for quite a long time till 2010 when the airline made an exception with one of the aircraft. They named Airbus A340-300 registered as D-AIFC and named them Gander/Halifax, after two Canadian cities, Gander and Halifax. This actually became the first Lufthansa flight to have a non-German city name. The reason behind the aircraft name has been to celebrate the hospitality of the cities of Halifax and Gander. The two Canadian cities are known to be havens for passengers and crew members of many international aircraft. Aside from A340-300, the other German aircraft under Lufthansa airline that was not named after a German city was Airbus A321-100 registered as D-AIRA. The aircraft was named Finkenwerder, to honour the district of Hamburg-Finkenwerder.
In 2010, Lufthansa acquired its first Airbus A380 which would be named Frankfurt am Main and Munchen, both named after Lufthansa's two important hubs. Subsequently, other Airbus A380 aircrafts acquired by Lufthansa Group were named after some of the other hub airports such as Zurich, Brussels, Wien and Dusseldorf. Further, as Lufthansa Airlines joined forces with Star Alliance, the hub cities of the airline were also used as the names for their A380s, such as Tokyo, New York, Delhi, Beijing and Johannesburg. They also had a flight named San Francisco, but it was renamed to Deutschland. Lufthansa also has various short and long-haul flights without names.
Baggage allowance by Lufthansa meets with the standard size and weight that is followed by all the global airlines. With the height, weight and length falling within 158 cm, the cabin baggage is supposed to be not more than a certain kg. In case it does exceed the norm, then additional prices will be charged by the airlines. The rules for cabin baggage and check-in baggage allowance in Lufthansa vary depending on the ticket class purchased by the traveller. For additional baggage, heavier items and excess hand luggage carried by the passenger, the airline has reserved flat rates with details on their website. Further, baggage regulations also vary depending on the country that you are flying to with Lufthansa airlines.
First-class - Lufthansa's in-flight services include exquisite seating arrangement with tremendous facilities. The long haul flights such as Airbus A330-300, A340-600 as well as A380 and Boeing 747-8Is, all have first-class cabins. The leather seats convert to 6 ft 7 in bed and have spaces reserved for laptop power outlets and entertainment decks. The first-class facility also offers meals. You can inform the airlines about your dietary restrictions to ensure that they don't serve you what you don't want. There are shopping options also available as part of Lufthansa's in-flight services. Not to mention how the seats are extremely comfortable.
Business-class - Business class of Lufthansa airline also caters to a recliner that stretches up to 6 ft 7 in flat-beds. There are power outlets to charge gadgets as well as entertainment facilities. Plans to refurbish a new business class setting has also been proposed by Lufthansa for Boeing 777-9. They will roll out in 2020 as the airlines will start working on the same. Much like the first class, the business class also receives meal services as well as WiFi services.
Premium economy class - Back in 2014, Lufthansa announced to roll out long-haul premium economy designs which are similar to Air Canada and British Airways' premium economy cabins. The seat has a personal seat-back along with an entertainment screen as well as an armrest. The cabin lacks private spaces that are offered in first class and business class cabins.
Economy class - Long-haul flights of Lufthansa's economy class has a 31-inch seat pitch. In Airbus A380 though, the seat pitch is 33-inch. The perks of the economy class include meals along with free drinks. The entire fleet of Lufthansa has A/V on demand screens which are personal and attached to the passenger's seat.
Popular routes and top cities for Lufthansa
Lufthansa's domestic routes within Germany and Europe are the most popular routes for the airline. Many international routes are taken by Lufthansa also cater to a majority of American cities along with the United Kingdom. The top cities for the airline include Vienna, Brussels, Minsk, Rio de Janeiro, Toronto, Vancouver, Beijing, Prague, Copenhagen, Cairo, Addis Ababa, Paris, Nice, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Munich, Dusseldorf, Berlin, Athens, Hong Kong, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Dublin, Rome, Milan, Tokyo, Nairobi, Kuwait City, Amsterdam, Singapore, Seoul, Zurich, Bangkok, Dubai, London, New York City, San Francisco, Houston, Los Angeles, Seattle and more. Lufthansa is also a recognised cargo carrier that flies to all the six continents.
Why travel by Lufthansa?
Lufthansa is easily one of the largest carriers in the world with tremendous flight activity and excellent connectivity. The airlines are known to serve a plethora of international cities in the world. The airlines' strong domestic routes, as well as international routes, enable its ability to reach multitudes of continents and popular international cities. The baggage allowance of Lufthansa also matches the standards set by a majority of top airlines in the world. Not to mention how booking a Lufthansa flight is extremely easy and convenient. You can browse online to book a Lufthansa flight, and you will find many of those. The miles benefits and lounge services offered by the airline is also quite top-notch. This basically means that as a premium member, you will be able to avail the perks of Lufthansa lounge in Frankfurt Airport as well as some of the other lounges set in other international airports. The miles would help you purchase affordable tickets or even get an upgrade to first-class or business class. You can opt for web check-in on Lufthansa's website as well as learn about the flight status and flight schedule. Lufthansa's in-flight services are world-class and promise to offer the best hospitality and facilities to the passengers.