Favourite airline: Jet2.com
19 % of flights booked on the route from Manchester to Lanzarote are booked with Jet2.com, Ryanair and Thomas Cook Airlines.
9 %
5 %
Thomas Cook Airlines
5 %
Tip: book 5 weeks before departure
The best time to find a cheap flight on this route is 5 weeks before travel. Save up to 23 %.
33 days before departure
Direct flights are cheaper
Direct flights on this route are £32.00 cheaper on average than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
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04h 15min
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The favourite connection is non-stop
Direct flights are especially popular on this route. 34 % of travellers will book a non-stop flight.
Direct flights
04h 15min, from £149
34 %
2 stopovers London Heathrow Madrid Barajas
29h 55min, from £214
22 %
1 stopover Dublin
08h 25min, from £290
17 %
Return from £149.00
The best return flight offer is currently available with a departure on 30/09/19 and a return on 07/10/19.


Popular Destination Lanzarote

The Spanish Canary island of Lanzarote is an exciting holiday destination.  With its spectacular beaches, vibrant nightlife, boutique hotels and wide range of outdoor activities, Lanzarote is the perfect place for a holiday.


Eternal Spring in Lanzarote

Lanzarote has an all year round mild, dry Mediterranean climate.  The average temperature is around 22°C. The sea breezes help to make the island the perfect location for wind surfing, kite-surfing,paragliding and water skiing, especially during June to August. Why not travel to Lanzarote in February to enjoy the island's annual Carnival and festivities? The Fiesta de San Gines in honour of the island's patron saint takes place over two weeks in late August with a wonderful firework display, music and processions.


Lanzarote particulars

Before you travel make arrangements to hire a car as it's the best way to see the island's more remote parts and whitewashed villages. On your travels around the island try the mouth-watering local foods. The friendly locals love mojo and papas arrugdas, whixh is potato and sauce and is traditionally eaten with fish. The food and drink in Lanzarote is generally cheaper than in the UK compared to eating out in London. A good value menu, eaten at lunch time is the set menu, which can cost from around 10 Euros upwards. The island's duty free status means that buying cigarettes, alcohol and perfume is also cheaper than in the UK. West European Time is on the same time zone as the UK, so there's no need to adjust your watch.


Getting around Lanzarote

From Lanzarote's Arrecife International Airport, buses 22 and 23 can take you to Arrecife bus station. Single fares are only approximately 1 Euro for the 20 minute journey. Taxis from the airport to the centre cost about 6 Euros. Bus 61 goes from the airport to the resorts of Puerto del Carmen, cost approx 1.50 Euros and Playa Blanca about 3.50 Euros.  You can find many hotels in the resorts of Playa Blanca, Costa Teguise and Arrecife from around 25 Euros per person per night. Budget accommodation costs about 22 Euros per person per night. Public transport in Lanzarote is relatively cheap, locals call buses guaguas.  There are often free buses to attractions from some resorts. Taxis also offer good value for money but passengers should round up the fare, it's not customary to give an extra tip. Parking in central Arrecife can be somewhat difficult, parking spaces are limited and the streets are narrow. Try to park at the municipal car park and walk into town.