Madagascar is a unique destination for tourists who wish to enjoy both picturesque landscapes, exceptional nature and heavenly beaches. For tourists living in southern Poland, there are regular flights to Madagascar from Krakow airport. Madagascar is a little known tourist destination for Polish tourists, but the island has many attractions for all types of tourists.
How to travel from Poland to Madagascar ?
The safest and fastest way to get to Madagascar from Krakow is by plane. Krakow is about 293 km by road from Warsaw. Flying to Warsaw is therefore not the best option to get to Madagascar from southern Poland. Fortunately, John Paul II Airport, also known as Kraków Airport, offers regular flights between Poland and Madagascar. Located near the village of Balice, about 11 km west of the city center, Kraków Airport is the second largest airport in Poland in terms of air traffic. Kraków-Balice Airport serves not only the Kraków Metropolis, but also the cities of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, such as Tarnów, Nowy Sącz, Oświęcim, Chrzanów, Bochnia, Trzebinia, Brzesko, Limanowa, Miechów, Bukowno, Krzeszowice, Chełmek, Stary Sącz, Szczawnica, Tuchów, Grybów, Jordanów, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Szczucin, Wojnicz, Ryglice , Czchów or Zakliczyn.
Which flight to choose to go from Poland to Madagascar from Krakow?
Krakow offers many more options in terms of flights to Madagascar than Warsaw. Travelers flying from Krakow Airport (KRK) to Antananarivo (TNR) have the choice of flights from Lufthansa, Ethiopian (via Frankfurt, Addis Ababa), Lufthansa, Kenya Airways (via Frankfurt, Nairobi), LOT, Turkish Airlines (via Warsaw, Istanbul, Mauritius), LOT, Turkish Airlines, Air Mauritius (via Warsaw, Istanbul, Mauritius), Luxair, Ethiopian (via Luxembourg, Milan, Addis Ababa), LOT, Ethiopian (via Warsaw, Vienna, Addis Ababa), LOT, Aegean, Ethiopian (via Warsaw, Athens, Addis Ababa), SWISS, Ethiopian (via Zurich, Milan, Addis Ababa), Austrian, Ethiopian (via Vienna, Addis Ababa) and Lufthansa, ITA, Ethiopian (via Munich, Rome, Addis Ababa). As the companies only offer flights with a stopover from Krakow airport (KRK), the flight to Antananarivo airport (TNR) takes 17 to 22 hours for a distance of about 8127 km.