Lanzarote Airport Departures

Lanzarote Airport, officially known as César Manrique-Lanzarote Airport, is located about 5 kilometres southwest of Arrecife, the capital of the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, Spain. It is the main access point for national and international flights to the island and has two passenger terminals and a cargo terminal.

Here are all departures from Lanzarote Airport for today and tomorrow:

Here you can find all arrivals at Lanzarote Airport.

Lanzarote Airport (ACE) – Brief information

Lanzarote Airport, officially known as César Manrique-Lanzarote Airport (ACE), is an international airport on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, Spain, about 5 kilometres southwest of Arrecife, the island’s capital. It is the main access point for national and international flights to the island and a large part of its traffic comes from the European Union, particularly from the United Kingdom and Germany.

The airport has two passenger terminals: Terminal 1, the international terminal, and Terminal 2, the terminal for domestic flights. It also includes a cargo terminal and has a passenger capacity of around 6 million. The airport has a single runway, which is approximately 2,500 metres long.

Passengers at Lanzarote Airport have access to various services such as restaurants, bars, duty-free shops, rest areas, exhibitions, a play area for children and a lost property office. Transport options from the airport include buses, taxis and car hire, with taxi ranks located outside both terminals.

For those wishing to park at the airport, car parking facilities are available, with options to book online. The airport also offers VIP services, including lounges for passengers looking for a more comfortable waiting experience.

Lanzarote Airport is an important hub for tourism on the island, known for its beautiful beaches, volcanic landscapes and unique architecture influenced by the artist César Manrique. Many tourists from various European countries use the airport as an entry point to explore the island.

Airlines operating at Lanzarote Airport include Aer Lingus, Air Europa, Austrian Airlines, Binter Canarias, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Canaryfly, Condor, Corendon Airlines, Discover Airlines, easyJet, Edelweiss Air, Eurowings, Finnair, Iberia, Iberia Express,, Luxair, Neos, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines, Smartwings, Transavia, TUI Airways, TUI fly Belgium, TUI fly Germany and TUI fly Netherlands and offer a wide range of national and international destinations.

For more detailed information you can visit the official Aena website for Lanzarote Airport, the informative guide to Lanzarote Airport and the dedicated Lanzarote Airport website.

Lanzarote sights – a must-see before departure

Lanzarote offers a multitude of sights that are characterised by the island’s unique volcanic landscape. Here are some of the top attractions you shouldn’t miss:

  1. Timanfaya National Park: famous for its impressive volcanic landscape. You can take a bus tour through the park to see the volcanic craters and learn more about Lanzarote’s volcanic history. In the park’s restaurant, the food is even cooked with the heat of the volcano.
  2. El Golfo: This charming village on the west coast of Lanzarote is known for its green lagoon. A visit at sunset is particularly recommended, as you can enjoy a breathtaking view.
  3. Los Hervideros: Here you can experience the wild side of Lanzarote, where the sea beats against the coast. The best time to visit is at high tide.
  4. Mirador del Rio: Offers one of the most breathtaking views of Lanzarote, overlooking the island of La Graciosa.
  5. Jameos del Agua: An absolute must to understand César Manrique’s vision for Lanzarote. This place has a lake with albino crabs and a unique concert hall.
  6. Cueva de los Verdes: An opportunity to immerse yourself in a solidified lava tunnel and learn more about the island’s volcanic history.
  7. Cactus Garden (Jardin de Cactus): A garden full of different varieties of cacti that also offers a great view of the sea.
  8. Playas de Papagayo: Known as one of the most beautiful beaches in Lanzarote, located in a nature reserve.
  9. Camel Trek through Timanfaya: A unique way to explore the landscape of Timanfaya National Park on a camel.
  10. Discover the city centre of Arrecife: The capital of Lanzarote offers a beautiful city with a persistent, small and modest character.
  11. A short trip to La Graciosa: The smallest island in the Canary archipelago, which you can reach by boat from the small town of Orzola.
  12. Sample Canarian cuisine: Take the opportunity to savour Canarian cuisine in one of the many restaurants on Lanzarote.
  13. Visit Caldera Blanca: Lanzarote is the island of volcanoes, and the Caldera Blanca is the result of powerful volcanic eruptions.
  14. Sailing along the coast of Lanzarote: Enjoy a mini-cruise on the waters of Lanzarote on board a yacht or catamaran.
  15. Visit the island’s villages: Explore the different villages of Lanzarote and immerse yourself in their unique atmosphere.
Scroll to Top