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Language: Catalan | Currency: Euros (€) | Local time: (CET) | Average flight time: 2.5 hrs
Direct flights to Ibiza from the UK typically take less than three hours (closer to two and a half hours if you book flights to Ibiza from London), making weekend trips delightfully doable. By the time you've strapped yourself in and sipped a drink or two, the plane will probably be beginning its descent to this ravishing Balearic isle.
With several low-cost carriers running direct routes from the UK to the White Isle, your chances of getting a cheap flight to Ibiza in 2017 are good.
Ryanair has pretty much all corners of the UK covered with seasonal services from Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester and Glasgow.
With summertime services from several London airports as well as from Belfast and Bristol, easyJet is another good choice if you want to avoid parting with wads of cash.
If you’re based in the north, Jet2 is a prime choice. This carrier offers flights to Ibiza from Manchester and other northern hubs, as well as from Belfast, East Midlands, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Before you book, compare Ibiza flight prices with that of the slightly more expensive carriers, bearing in mind the cost of additional extras. An Ibiza flight with British Airways might be marginally more expensive, but you’ll probably get a free drink and snack, and a free check-in bag to boot.
As the influx of holidaymakers wanes during the off-season, fewer airlines fly to Ibiza directly and stopovers in Palma, Barcelona or Madrid are more common.
Airfares tend to soar during July and August, when school-holidaymakers and hard-core clubbers are both out in full force. If you can wait until October, you have a better chance of getting a cheap flight to Ibiza. May is another good time to look for low-cost Ibiza flights; fares are generally cheaper and the weather isn't half bad either.
Ibiza is part of Spain, which means that, providing you are a British citizen, all you need do to gain entry is flash your passport. Since 2016, however, all visitors to the Balearic Islands age 14 and over are subject to a tourism tax, which means you’ll have to fork out €2 per day for the first nine days of your stay. The tax is halved for all subsequent days, as well as during low season between November and March.
Find out how to travel from the airport to your island destination on our how to get around Ibiza page.