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Language:
Spanish
Currency:
Euro
Time Zone:
GMT (Summer GMT+1 hour)
Flight Time:
4 hours 30 mins
Airport Code:
ACE
Holiday Type:
Beach / Summer Sun / Winter Sun

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Fly Manchester to Lanzarote and touch down on the easternmost of the Canary Islands in the far reaches of Spanish territory. Close to the coast of Africa, there’s a reason why Lanzarote is such a hit among holidaymakers. To say that the climate is agreeable would be an understatement; the year round sun and high temperatures mean that flights from Manchester to Lanzarote are popular all year round. The flight is

Cheap Flights from Manchester to Lanzarote

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Sun 25 February 2018 -
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Thu 01 March 2018 -
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Tue 27 February 2018 -
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Mon 30 April 2018 -
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Mon 26 February 2018 -
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from£106
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Mon 05 March 2018 -
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from£108
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Tue 05 June 2018 -
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from£116
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Tue 06 March 2018 -
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from£117
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Thu 15 March 2018 -
returning on Thu 22 March 2018
from£118
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Wed 06 June 2018 -
returning on Wed 13 June 2018
from£128
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Sun 29 April 2018 -
returning on Sun 06 May 2018
from£128
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Thu 08 March 2018 -
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from£130
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Sun 11 March 2018 -
returning on Sun 18 March 2018
from£131
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Tue 19 June 2018 -
returning on Tue 26 June 2018
from£136
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Fri 16 March 2018 -
returning on Fri 23 March 2018
from£139
Direct flights from Manchester to Lanzarote take four and a half hours, with a touch shaved off this time on the return journey. A trip to the easternmost of the Canary Islands may require a connecting flight, with London, Madrid and Dublin all being potential cities that host you for a stopover. The route from Manchester to Lanzarote is popular thanks to the pleasant climate that the island enjoys all year round. The majority of flights leave early in the afternoon, but if you book early then there should be a decent selection of departure times to suit your needs. Lanzarote’s airport is located fairly centrally on the island’s long southeastern coastline, around three miles from the town of Arrecife. The capital can be reached via the route 22 bus in around 10 minutes and for less than two euros. The service is available from Monday to Friday, running approximately every 40 minutes from 7am until 10.40pm, except on public holidays. Route 161 links the airport to Puerto del Carmen and Playa Blanca seven days a week. Buses are every 30 minutes Monday to Friday, hourly on Saturdays, and every two hours on Sundays and public holidays. They run to Playa Blanca between 7.30am and 10.30pm, and to the airport from 8.30am to 11.30pm, with a half hour reduction either end at the weekend and on public holidays. Route 261 also follows this course under the same parameters from Monday to Friday. Taxis should be caught from the rank at the airport’s terminal, and refused if service is offered from another area, while arranging a transfer with your hotel or resort may prove convenient. If you’d prefer the freedom of a car rental then companies such as Avis, Europcar and Hertz have desks in both Terminal 1 and 2.