It is the only airport on the Canary Island’s northest island, located 5 km southwest of the island’s capital Arrecife. It mostly handles flights of European low-cost airlines with over 7 million passengers handled in the past year.
The size of the airport is small, the well sign-posted terminal offers few cafes, pubs and fast-food chains. There are ATM’s in both Arrivals Hall and Boarding Area.
There are multiple airlines providing direct flights from the UK to Lanzarote such as EasyJet, RyanAir, Jet2, TUI Airways and British Airways.
The low-cost airlines’ fares to Lanzarote can often be very low, however, don’t forget to count with extra fees for your baggage as they are usually not included and will significantly add up on your total price.
The airport is open depending on incoming and outgoing flights, usually between 04:00 – 01:00.
Lanzarote Airport Transit
Lanzarote airport is a point-to-point airport and there are no flight connections here as it is mostly used as a holidaymaker's destination. Shall you need to get another flight from here, it is necessary to leave the transit zone, check-in again and go through the immigration and security checks.
Lanzarote Airport Transfer
Airport – Arrecife, Playa Honda
There are 2 city buses going to Arrecife and Playa Honda. Bus stops are right outside the airport by the Arrivals.
- Service 22 Arrecife-Airport – departs every 25 minutes, from 7:00 – 22:40 (to Arrecife) and from 6:55 – 22:30 (to the airport), the journey takes 10 minutes, single ticket fare costs €1.40
- Service 23 Arrecife-Airport-Playa Honda – departs every 50 minutes, from 7:10 – 14:40 (to Arrecife) and from 7:00 – 14:30 (to the airport), the journey takes 15 minutes, single ticket fare costs €1.40
Accomodation near the airport