The César Manrique Airport in Lanzarote will experience another day of great movement this Saturday, since the arrival of 47 flights is expected, of which a fortnight from the peninsula and the same from the United Kingdom.


Specifically, the arrival of five flights from Madrid, two from Barcelona and two from Bilbao and one flight from each of the following destinations: Palma de Mallorca, Alicante, Malaga, Seville, Santiago and Asturias.


Three flights will arrive from the UK from London, two from Nottingham, three from Manchester, two from Bristol, one from Birmingham, one from Newcastle, one from Liverpool and one from Leeds.


In addition, three flights will arrive from Dublin; four from Paris, two from Brussels, one from Amsterdam; another flight from Hannover; one from Warsaw; a flight from Bordeaux; another from Lyon, Eindhoven, Catowice, Milan and Nantes.


A new day of full activity that contributes to continue normalizing the tourist situation of the island and the island economy.