Cheap Flights from Madrid to Lisbon (MAD - LIS)

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Flight information Madrid to Lisbon

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Average flight time, total distance 318 miles

1h 5min

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1 airport

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Lisbon: Lisbon.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Madrid to Lisbon is £30. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 5min is the average flight time from Madrid to Lisbon.
There are 6 airlines who fly direct from Madrid to Lisbon.
As of September, there are 93 flights per week flying from Madrid to Lisbon.

Flights from Madrid to Lisbon

This information is correct as of May 2016


Airlines that fly from Madrid to Lisbon

Air Europa, easyJet, Iberia, Air Nostrum, TAP Portugal and Portugalia fly direct to Lisbon from Madrid.


Terminal Information – Departing

This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.

easyJet fly to Lisbon from terminal 1. Shops in this terminal include Wonkandy, Relay, Buy Bye duty free, and designer labels Adidas and Superdry. There are plenty of places to grab a drink, whether you fancy a beer (Mahoudrid) or a coffee (Starbucks). There's a good range of places to eat, too. Unfortunately there's no VIP lounge for Schengen passengers in this terminal.

Air Europa, TAP Portugal and Portugalia flights depart from terminal 2. There are few shops in this terminal but they cover the basics (pharmacy, duty free, magazines). Dining options in the departure area include 100 Montaditos and Rodilla. The Puerta de Alcala VIP lounge is available for Schengen and non-Schengen passengers, located in the boarding area.

Iberia and Air Nostrum flights leave from terminal 4. This terminal has a wide range of designer boutiques in addition to shops selling duty free and other little essentials. Dining is just as varied, ranging from quick and cheerful (McDonalds) to a wee bit fancy (Gastrohub). There's one VIP lounge reserved for Schengen passengers, La Revoltosa, in the T4 shopping area.

Read more about Madrid Barajas Airport (MAD).


Terminal Information – Arriving

All flights arrive at Lisbon Airport's terminal 1. There's a taxi rank immediately outside the building, and fares to the city centre are generally inexpensive. The city's underground system serves the airport, as do buses. Metro tickets are re-usable and can be topped up like an Oyster card. They can be used throughout your stay on trams, buses, trains, funiculars and the Santa Justa Elevator. Car hire is available from Lisbon Airport- perfect if you want to discover Portugal's best beaches or visit these 8 great places in Portugal.


Practical Information

You don't need a passport to fly between Madrid and Lisbon: both cities are within the Schengen area. British citizens should carry their passports on them at all times, however. Aim to arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes before departure.


What to expect in Lisbon

Portugal's capital city is one hour behind Madrid. It's better to speak English than Spanish once you arrive. Spanish and Portuguese are very different languages. Most locals speak a bit of English or French. Lisbon has warmer winters and cooler summers than Madrid. Temperatures rarely dip below 8°C during the winter months, and highs of above 15°C are not unheard of during December and January. Although not as hot as Madrid, temperatures can approach 30°C from June to September so it's still worth packing plenty of sunscreen.

Looking for more inspiration? Check out our Lisbon travel guide.


*Prices subject to change

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.