Travelling for Hajj – Flights

As arranged and explained in our pre-hajj seminar, the group meets up at Heathrow Airport, London (unless informed otherwise). It is important that you ensure that you have your passports and tickets ready for check-in, and that you have complied with advice given regarding your luggage.

If you are travelling straight to Makkah via Jeddah Airport

When we take off for Jeddah Airport you can expect (inshAllah) direct flights to take between 6 and 7 hours. If you are booked for a changeover flight then this will take a little longer.

Upon arrival at Jeddah airport, you will go to the special Hajj Terminal. From here you board onto an air-conditioned coach to head to the holy city of Makkah.

If you are travelling first to Medinah

When we take off for Medinah Airport you can expect (inshAllah) direct flights to take between 6 and 7 hours. If you are booked for a changeover flight then this will take a little longer.

From Medinah Airport you board onto an air-conditioned coach to head to the holy city of Medinah to visit the Masjid Al-Nabwi, Medinah Al-Munawarah