There aren't any low cost airlines currently flying to Kyrgyzstan. None. Not from Western Europe, not from Central and Eastern Europe and not from the Persian Gulf.
While we wait for airlines such as the Latvia-based Air Baltic and the UAE-based Air Arabia to expand their route networks and start flying low cost to the eastern edge of Central Asia, one option to consider is bmi which operates the cheapest, direct return low fare flights from London to Bishkek.
For all that, bmi's fares are jaw-droppingly expensive. If you intend to fly round-trip to Kyrgyzstan but you really don't want to pay bmi's fare of £714 including taxes to do so, consider flying instead with the Russian Federation carrier Aeroflot which operates return flights via Moscow for £504 - a saving of over two hundred pounds.
|The routes bmi operates to and from Kyrgyzstan|
bmi - Cheap flights from London to Tbilisi
United Kingdom: Direct Round-Trip Flights
Flies a round-trip route to Bishkek from London Heathrow.
More bmi Resources
- Compare bmi fares with other airline fares
- More information about bmi low fare routes
- Map showing bmi low fare routes from Kyrgyzstan
Budget Travel Tip: How to get from London to Bishkek in 2 days for less than £250...
For a much cheaper way to fly from London to Bishkek one-way...
1) Apply for a £20 single-entry 30 day tourist visa for Kazakhstan from the Kazakh Consulate in London (this is the easiest type of Kazakh visa to obtain and you don't need an official invitation to apply for one).
3) Break your journey in Riga, spending the night at a pleasant, affordable hostel for £8 per person per night.
4) After arriving in Almaty, you can easily catch a bus across the Kazakh-Kyrgyz border to Bishkek for less than £10. Expect the short journey to take as long as 7-10 hours due to customs delays at the border.