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Cheap flights from Comoros

The Union of the Comoros, or simply known as Comoros, is a sovereign archipelago island nation within the Indian Ocean that occupies a total land area of approximately 2,200 square kilometres. Found between northern Mozambique and northern Madagascar, Comoros consists of the islands of Grand Comore, Moheli, and Anjouan, with cities including Moroni, Domoni, Fomboni, Nioumachoua, and Moutsamoudou, among others. Languages within Comoros are Comorian or Shikomor, and other languages include Kibushi, Shingazidja, Shimwali, Shinzwani, and Shimaore, on top of French and Arabic, which are also official languages along with Comorian.

 

Where to go

See most of Comoros’ points of interest before embarking on another journey. The country boasts Mount Karthala, Moheli Marine Park, Nouvell Mosquee de Vendredi, Saziley National Park, Musée National des Comores, Mayotte Lagoon, Kave Hoani, Mount Ntingui, National Museum of Comoros, Arab Quarter and Lake Dzialandzé. Comoros’ first protected area, the Moheli Marine Park, was established in 2001. Saziley National Park can be found within Mayotte, in the Comoro archipelago. At approximately 4,200 hectares, the park overlaps with the 1,600 hectares of Mlima Choungui and Sazilé Important Bird Area (IBA), which was identified by BirdLife International due to its support of the Comoro olive-pigeons, Comoro blue-pigeons, Mayotte white-eyes, Mayotte sunbirds and red-headed fodies, populations. The park also serves as a sanctuary to Robert Mertens' day geckos, island-day geckos and Pasteur's day geckos, along with green, hawksbill, sea turtles, among others. The National Museum of Comoros within Moroni, is a national museum that was established in 1989. It features four exhibit rooms with collections that such as History, Art, Archeology and Religion; Volcanology and Earth Science; Oceanography and Natural Science; and Social and Cultural Anthropology. Associated with the main museum are two smaller regional museums to be found on the islands of Anjouan and Mohéli, the museum is also a part of the National Center of Documentation and Scientific Research or CNDRS.

 

Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport has short-haul flights to Dzaoudzi, Mayotte; Saint-Denis, Réunion; Antananarivo, Madagascar; Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya; Sana’a, Yemen; and Anjouan, Comoros. These flights can take less than an hour to more than four hours, via airlines such as Air Austral, Air Madagascar, Air Tanzania, Comores Aviation, Ewa Air, Fly SAX, Kenya Airways, and Yemenia.

 

Among the airports that serve Comoros, Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport only has one long-haul flight, which is to Marseille, France via Marseille Provence Airport, through Air Madagascar. The flight time can take more than nine hours, depending on the schedule, among others.

 

How to get out

Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport in Hahaya, Comoros serves the country’s largest city, Moroni. It has an asphalt-surfaced runway at approximately 2,900 metres or 9,500 feet. The airport serves as a hub for Comores Aviation, and operates flights to and from destinations such as Dzaoudzi, Saint-Denis de la Réunion, Antananarivo, Majunga, Marseille, Dar es Salaam, Anjouan, Majunga, Nairobi, Mombasa, and Sana’a. These local and international destinations can be reached through airlines such as Air Austral, Air Madagascar, Air Tanzania, Comores Aviation, Ewa Air, Fly SAX, Kenya Airways, and Yemenia.

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