Cape Verde, an archipelago of nine islands in Africa, possesses a landscape that offers a little bit of everything, from plantations to beaches, and volcanoes to valleys. Find these flights to Cape Verde and celebrate a unique holiday.
Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde or Cabo Verde Airlines has routes from London and Manchester to the islands of Sal and Santiago. Established in 1958, it is the country’s national carrier. It has hubs at Amílcar Cabral International Airport in Sal island, Praia International Airport in Santiago island, and São Pedro Airport in São Vicente island. So far it has a fleet of five, and crosses the skies to twenty domestic and international destinations.
Get a connecting flight from Birmingham, Manchester, or Newcastle to the islands of Sal and Boa Vista with TUIfly, where “cheap flights [and] great service” abound. “Willkommen an Bord” Germany's third largest carrier, founded in January 2007. Prices are kept low because passengers only pay for the air travel itself.
Thomsonfly has routes from Birmingham, London Gatwick, and Manchester to the islands of Boa Vista and Sal. Since it has joined forces with celebrity chef Aldo Zilli, flights to Cape Verde will be made more inviting with treats such as buttery scones with clotted cream, gorgonzola ravioli, and chicken fillet with smoked mozzarella on the menu. It has even partnered with earworms audio CDs, allowing passengers to learn as many languages as they like while traveling! With bases in 23 cities in the UK, Thomsonfly supports organizations such as ClimateCare and the Travel Foundation to care for communities and their environment.
After landing in Cape Verde, hop on an aluguer, the local means of transport. The vehicles range from cars to minibuses. There are taxis lined up at the airport terminals too.