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Direct flights to Fuerteventura in 2017 from London are not hard to come by, with several major carriers running direct routes in about four hours and 20 minutes from the UK capital.
Compare fares offered by British Airways, easyJet, Norwegian, Thomas Cook and Thomson Airways, all of which operate flights to Fuerteventura from London Gatwick Airport.
Ryanair takes off from Stansted Airport, as do Thomson Airways and Thomas Cook.
It is also possible to find flights from London Luton Airport with Ryanair and Thomson Airways.
There’s a glut of other Fuerteventura flight options departing from all around the UK, from Bristol and Birmingham to Belfast and beyond.
If you want to fly to Fuerteventura from Manchester, for instance, carriers such as Condor, Jet2, Ryanair, Monarch, Thomas Cook and Thomson Airways will get you out of the British gloom and into the Canarian sunshine in around four hours and 30 minutes with their non-stop services.
Ryanair and easyJet also take off from Liverpool.
Low-cost carriers are constantly expanding their services to Fuerteventura too, with northern-focused Jet2 introducing new direct Fuerteventura flights for 2017 from Birmingham and Edinburgh.
With so many budget carriers operating non-stop routes, bagging a low-cost flight to Fuerteventura is a distinct possibility.
Airfares often drop during the milder months between October and April, with the exception of breaks encompassing Christmas, New Year, February half term and Easter. If you can holiday in the times outside of these holidays, your chances of getting a good deal are pretty high indeed.
Be sure to check luggage allowances as you compare and book Fuerteventura flights. Adding check-in baggage for return flights can cost upwards of £40, meaning that amazingly cheap flight you found may actually be a lot costlier than it originally seemed.
Alternatively, you could look at package options, which usually include spots on chartered flights, accommodation and airport transfers. These can be another good way to save a few pennies.
Continue your savvy saving by booking the cheapest transfers between the airport and your hotel. Visit our how to get around Fuerteventura page to find out more.
Though Fuerteventura is technically part of Spain, the island is many hundreds of miles south of the mainland, closer to Africa. It is served by ferries from Spain, but they take two days to get here, so unless you have time to hang around at sea for 48 hours, your best bet is to fly to Fuerteventura.
The island of Lanzarote is almost within waving distance of Fuerteventura and regular ferries connect the two. It’s entirely possible to land in Lanzarote, spend a few days there and then hop over to its nearest big-island neighbour. Likewise, ferries also connect Fuerteventura with the other main islands of Tenerife and Gran Canaria. Island hopping anyone?