As a popular summer and winter destination, flights to Lanzarote are plentiful and great deals are to be had when you compare prices... Read more
It takes only four to five hours from the UK to reach the warm shores of the island and flights to Lanzarote are frequent from most British airports and available via a range of airlines.
The low cost airlines have arrived on the island, with Ryanair now flying to Lanzarote from 11 UK airports including Stansted, Luton, Bournemouth, Prestwick and Manchester. EasyJet flies in from Gatwick and Liverpool, and Monarch operates from Gatwick, Luton, Birmingham, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford and Manchester. Jet2 will carry you to the island from Newcastle, Blackpool, Manchester, Belfast, Glasgow, Edinburgh, East Midlands and Leeds Bradford, and British Airways flies in from Gatwick.
Charter services also fly to the island year round with Thomson and Thomas Cook from all over the UK.
Whatever you're planning on doing, whenever you're planning on going, make sure you organise your Lanzarote flights early to get the best deal. Flight prices to this eternally popular sunshine isle don't fluctuate much, though prices will rise during school holidays.