Cheap Flights from Manchester to Lanzarote
Flight information Manchester to Lanzarote
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Average flight time, total distance 1782 miles
Flights from Manchester to Lanzarote
This information is correct as of September 2015
Airlines that fly from Manchester to Lanzarote
A number of airlines provide direct flights from Manchester to Lanzarote. These include Monarch, Thomson Airways, Jet2, Thomas Cook Airlines and Ryanair.
There are three terminals at Manchester Airport. Thomson Airways and Jet2 flights depart from Terminal 1, Thomas Cook and Monarch flights depart from Terminal 2 and Ryanair flights depart from Terminal 3. Passengers flying from Manchester to Lanzarote are advised to arrive at the airport at least two hours before their scheduled flight departure time.
All terminals offer a range of facilities. It’s possible to purchase Fast Track passes to speed up your journey through security, get online at internet kiosks or stock up on holiday currency at the Travelex exchange.
Holiday essentials are available at shops like Boots, Dixons Travel and WHSmith, while little luxuries are available at Terminals 1 and 2 in Monsoon, Pandora and Kurt Geiger. There’s a great selection of food and drink options in all three terminals including Burger King, Costa Coffee, Trattoria Milano and Frankie & Benny’s, to name but a few.
Passengers can also head over to the Escape Lounge, available in each terminal for a fee. Booking online in advance could save you some money but you can also pay on the day at the lounge reception. Lounge guests are treated to complimentary food and drink, free Wi-Fi and a quiet space in which to work or unwind before your journey.
Lanzarote Airport is located in San Bartolomé, five kilometres from the town of Arrecife. All international flights arrive to Terminal 1.
In the arrivals hall, passengers will find a few food and drink outlets, some convenience stores, an ATM and car hire desks. Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport, with the first 30 minutes free of charge.
Hiring a car from Lanzarote Airport is a great way to get off the beaten track and explore more of the island. Car hire companies operating in the arrivals hall include Auto Reisin, Cicar, Avis, Payless, Hertz, Europcar and Goldcar.
Other options for getting from the airport to your final destination include taxi or bus. Taxis charge according to a meter but apply an additional €1.70 supplement to all fares going in or out of the airport. A number of local bus routes stop outside Terminal 2. Route 22 travels to the island capital, Arrecife, route 23 travels to Playa Honda and route 161 travels to Playa Blanca via Puerto del Carmen. A bus ticket will cost between €1.40 and €3.30 depending on your final destination.
What to Expect in Lanzarote
Lanzarote, and the Canary Islands, are located close to Africa and enjoy a warm climate throughout most of the year. As a result, they are a popular holiday destination all year round. In the summer, temperatures approach the low-thirties and even in winter months, temperatures can still reach highs of 21°c. Rainfall is minimal throughout the year and island breezes mean Lanzarote avoids becoming too humid.
Whilst you may experience more expensive prices in tourist resorts, the cost of living on Lanzarote is generally much cheaper than it is in Manchester. On average, a mid-range meal for two will set you back around €35.00, a bottle of beer will cost €3.00 and big savings can be made if you travel by public transport where a one way journey costs just €1.30.
There is no time difference between Lanzarote and the UK.
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