Deal alert: Glasgow to Abu Dhabi from £288 return

Dec 9, 2019

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Looking for a cheap getaway to somewhere that’s guaranteed to be hot this winter? Then you’re in luck if you live in Scotland. KLM is currently running an offer on flights from Glasgow (GLA) to Abu Dhabi (AUH) from as little as £288 return. It’s pretty much wall-to-wall sunshine in the UAE all year around with January to March the months that are arguably the best time of the year to visit the Middle East. Why not tag on a couple of days in Dubai, too?

The best way to book is by heading to Google Flights. Enter Glasgow (GLA) as your departure city and Abu Dhabi (AUH) as your arrival destination. Then, use the calendar to see the he best fares highlighted in green. Make sure to book directly through KLM’s website to make sure you earn those valuable Flying Blue miles.

Remember, like most full-service carriers these days, low economy fares don’t include a checked bag. But, if you’re clever with your packing, that shouldn’t be too much of a problem. If you can’t travel light, it’s only £60 extra to add a bag onto your trip.

Airline: KLM
Routes: GLA to AUH via AMS
Cost: £288+ return
Travel Dates: January to March

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

Glasgow (GLA) to Abu Dhabi (AUH) for £288 return:

Glasgow (GLA) to Abu Dhabi (AUH) for £288 return:

Glasgow (GLA) to Abu Dhabi (AUH) for £288 return:

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