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Getting to Lanzarote from London is child’s play in 2016 and 2017. Flights from the capital set off frequently, often at rock-bottom prices.
British Airways, easyJet, Monarch, Thomson, Thomas Cook and Norwegian Airlines all offer direct 2016 flights to Lanzarote Airport (ACE) from London Gatwick, while Ryanair, Thomas Cook and Thomson fly to Lanzarote from Stansted. Ryanair and Monarch also operate low-cost flights to Lanzarote from Luton, while easyJet flies from London Southend.
If you’re planning to leave from Heathrow, most flights make a pit stop in mainland Spain along the way, so why not add a city break to your beach escape and roll two holidays into one?
Beyond the big smoke, there are plenty of options for departure points as cheap flights to Lanzarote leave from all over the UK – getting to the island really is a doddle in 2016 and 2017.
Jet2, Ryanair, Monarch, Thomas Cook and Thomson operate direct flights to Lanzarote from Manchester, and you can get there just as easily from Belfast, Cardiff, Exeter, Bristol, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Doncaster, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
If you’re on the hunt for a super cheap deal, Ryanair runs flights to Lanzarote from Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Newcastle, Leeds, Belfast, Birmingham and East Midlands, while easyJet offers direct Lanzarote flights from Belfast, Liverpool and Bristol.
In other words, you’ve got no excuse. Grab your sunnies and get on a plane!
When you hop off that plane, waste no time in getting to your resort – we tell you everything you need to know on our getting around Lanzarote page.
Flying isn’t the only way to rock up to Lanzarote. If you’ve got spare time and strong sea legs, try an island-hopping adventure around the Canary Islands. It’s a brilliant way to get a taste of each individual spot, see the sights and soak up bags of sunshine to boot.
Simply grab a cheap flight to Tenerife or Gran Canaria, set about exploring and move on whenever the mood takes you. Now that’s freedom.
Acciona Trasmediterranea sails to Arrecife from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Palma, Las Palmas and El Hierro, while Fred Olsen sails to Lanzarote from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Las Palmas and Agaete on Gran Canaria, as well as Fuerteventura.