The César Manrique Airport in Lanzarote will receive another thirty flights this Friday from different parts of the peninsula and Europe. Little by little the arrival of tourists is increasing thanks to the opening of destinations such as England and the increase in the number of places that, although they still do not reach the island fully occupied, their occupation is slowly increasing.

In this way, four flights from Germany are scheduled to arrive, coming from Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg and Düsseldorf, all of them with the Cóndor airline.

From England there will be a flight from Birmingham, four from London and one from Manchester, from Easyjet and Jet2 companies.


In addition, two flights from Dublin are scheduled to arrive; a flight from Edinburgh; another from Copenhagen, one from Billund 11:25, another from Brussels and one from Lyon.


From the peninsula, three flights from Barcelona are scheduled to arrive; six from Madrid; one from Bilbao; two from Seville; one from Malaga; one from Santiago and another two flights from Zaragoza and Valencia.



The tourism sector sees this gradual recovery in airport movements positively, and trusts that August will be a key month for a certain improvement in the economic situation.