Arriving in Baghdad

With Etihad Airways you can book flights to Baghdad and immerse yourself in a land rich with history. The incredible mix of historic civilizations gives the city a peculiar and fascinating character that continues to attract travellers from all over the world.

Plan Your Baghdad Visit

To travel to Baghdad is to look at a past that still has many secrets to reveal to the West. Apart from its stunning mosques and palaces that resemble those from One Thousand and One Nights, this city also offer a unique experience for shopping enthusiasts with the souks of Sharjah and Coppersmith, a universe of colours and scents that appeal to the senses.

If you decide to buy tickets to Baghdad, be sure to visit nearby Babylon. With a little imagination, you can revive the splendour of the times of Hammurabi and Nebuchadnezzar. To complete the visit, the National Museum of Iraq displays some of the most prized relics of Mesopotamian civilizations. With Etihad Airways, you can find great flight deals to Baghdad using the Deals section of our website. Furthermore, as tourism is still growing in the area, it is easy to find cheap hotels in Baghdad.

Flying from Agadir

Etihad Airways offers flights from Agadir that will ensure that you have a comfortable trip regardless of the destination you choose. We are a company with ten years of experience that has always been characterized by our world-class service, which is one of the reasons why our passengers return to repeat the experience.

Major Airports in Agadir

Al Massira International Airport (AGA) is located about 12 miles from the city centre. It is a modern facility that welcomes one million passengers annually. Due to the increased interest Agadir has received from international tourism, there are plans to create a new terminal that will double its capacity.

Airport Transportation in Agadir

There is no train to Al Massira International Airport. Instead, take a bus to Inezgane, to the north of the city, and from there you can take the No. 22 bus to Al Massira International Airport.

If you are in a hurry or are travelling with lots of luggage, you can take a taxi to Al Massira International Airport. It is slightly more expensive, but it will save you the trouble of changing buses and the ride from the city takes just 20 minutes.

Choose Etihad Airways, the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, for flights from Agadir to Baghdad on which you will be travelling in comfort and style.