Lanzarote Airport

This information is correct as of October 2016.

Lanzarote Airport (also known as Arrecife Airport) is the only airport serving the island. Millions of passengers pass through every year, usually European holidaymakers. Lanzarote Airport is managed by Aena, who own 45 other Spanish airports. Unlimited free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport, which has two terminals.

It's easy to compare flights to Arrecife Airport and flights from Lanzarote Airport. Read on to find out what to expect at the airport.

Parking at Lanzarote Airport

There are two official car parks at Lanzarote Airport: one at terminal 1 (domestic and international flights) and another at terminal 2 (inter-island flights). Cheap deals are available if you book in advance, and there are some low-cost car parks a short shuttle ride away.

Restaurants at Lanzarote Airport

Most of the restaurants at Lanzarote airport are in Terminal 1's 'Food Garden'. Fast food restaurants and cafes include Burger King, Pans & Company and Upper Crust. Terminal 1 has three bars where you can enjoy a range of beer, wine and tapas. Terminal 2 has one place to eat (Caffe di Fiore).

Lanzarote Airport shops

Shops in the departure area of Terminal 1 include Thinking Canarias, where you can buy local specialities. There's also an Aloe+ shop selling aloe vera skincare, and fashion stores include Lava and The Ocean Company. There's also a Hudson News, if you need something to read on the flight.

Lounges at Lanzarote Airport

The Guacimeta lounge has free Wi-Fi and refreshments, and a sun terrace where you can top up your tan. Free entry is available for business class travellers on associated airlines, but anyone can pay for access. Entry costs €24.20 if you pay on the day and €16.94 if you book in advance.

Hotels close to Lanzarote Airport

Lanzarote Airport is near Punta Lima and Playa Honda, so hotels in these villages are handy for early morning flights. Lots of companies offer airport transfers in Lanzarote, and the island is quite small. Try not to worry about getting to the airport when you search for hotels in Lanzarote.

Airports near Lanzarote:

 Getting to & from the Airport

Driving hide 

Lanzarote Airport is just off the LZ-2 motorway. It's one of the island's main highways and connects the island's centre to its south coast. You can rent a car at Lanzarote Airport from companies including Avis, Hertz, Budget and Sixt. Click here to find cheap car hire at Lanzarote Airport.

Trains hide 

There isn't a train station at Lanzarote Airport. If you want to take public transport to your resort, you'll need to hop on a bus.

Buses hide 

Four public buses offer transfers from Lanzarote Airport:

· Route 22 goes to Arrecife, and only runs from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Tickets cost €1.40.

· Route 23 goes to Arrecife and Playa Honda, running on weekends and public holidays. Tickets cost €1.40.

· The route 161 bus goes from the airport to Puerto del Carmen and Playa Blanca every day. Tickets to Puerto del Carmen cost €1.40 and tickets to Playa Blanca cost €3.30

· Route 261 goes from Puerto del Carmen and Playa Blanca to the airport, Monday to Friday (except holidays). Fares are the same as route 161.

Taxi hide 

Taxi transfers at Lanzarote Airport are easy to find. It's best to go to the official taxi rank rather than accepting lifts from touts. All trips to and from the airport have a €1.70 surcharge. During the day there's a minimum charge of €3.15 and you'll pay about 55 cents a kilometre. Fares are slightly more expensive on public holidays, Sundays, and from 10pm until 6am (€3.45 starting fare, 63 cents per kilometre).

 Who flies to Lanzarote

 Airport Contact Details

Lanzarote Airport

Apartado de Correos 86,
E-35500 Arrecife de Lanzarote,

Tel:902 404 704


 Location Details

Longitude:13° 36' 20'' W
Latitude:28° 57' 2'' N
ICAO code:

 Airport Location

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