Turkish Airlines flights - London to Accra (LHR-ACC)

* This Price is based on Opodo search results for flights performed within the next 365 days for this airline and this route. It reflects the cheapest price per route for an adult passenger that can be found in our system

Cheapest flights departing from London - Accra

TAP Portugal logoTAP PortugalLGW (Gatwick) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £297
Klm Royal Dutch Airlines logoKlm Royal Dutch AirlinesLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £372
Turkish Airlines logoTurkish AirlinesLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £373
Royal Air Maroc logoRoyal Air MarocLGW (Gatwick) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £376
Air France logoAir FranceLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £379
Brussels Airlines logoBrussels AirlinesLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £482
Lufthansa logoLufthansaLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £641
British Airways logoBritish AirwaysLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) Direct £646
Ethiopian Airlines logoEthiopian AirlinesLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £726
Emirates logoEmiratesLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £824
Kenya Airways logoKenya AirwaysLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £949
Hahn Air Systems logoHahn Air SystemsLGW (Gatwick) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £973
South African Airways logoSouth African AirwaysLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £1,328
Egyptair logoEgyptairLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £1,576
Rwandair Express logoRwandair ExpressLGW (Gatwick) - ACC (Kotoka) 3 stops £2,866
Meridiana logoMeridianaLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £3,426
Delta Air Lines logoDelta Air LinesLHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 3 stops £4,661
Alba Star logoAlba Star LHR (Heathrow) - ACC (Kotoka) 2 stops £6,265

These prices are shown only for your reference and they correspond to return flights, according to the cheapest departure / return date combination seen for this route during the last 5 days.

London - Accra routes reviewed by our customers

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Class of travel:Economy
At a point on our flight to Ghana I felt a bit ill where I was kind of struggling to breath and felt very dizzy. The air hostess got notice that and got me fizzywater and lemon to improve my condition it took a while until I got better. My daughter got very worried and ask the air hostess whether there a was a first aider or doctor on board the answered with no. I was very much surprised about that. There was a second similar incident on our way to Accra after the Transition from Turkey a lady lost almost her conscious because the sugar level was low but we only got find out about that because luckily there was a nurse and a doctor among the passengers and again no first aider or doctor that Turkish Airlines could provide. Thank God the lady recovered but I wondered if they were not around at that something very bad could have happened to me and the lady. I think Turkish Airlines should have at least a first aider on board just in case of an emergency.