Because a number of budget airlines are now flying to the island it has become cheaper to visit Fuerteventura.
There are plenty of UK airports to choose from which operated scheduled and charter flights including Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Dublin, London Gatwick and Stansted, Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle and Nottingham East Midlands. With airlines including Thomson Flights, Monarch flythomascook charter, flythomascook, Aer Lingus,Ryanair and easyJet.
Because the flying time is under three hours from the UK and the flights are so frequent it is quite possible to stay here for a long weekend, especially during the winter when you need to stock up on some sun and remind yourself it's still up there!
It is located in El Matorral which is just five kilometres from the island's capital of Puerto del Rosario, ten minutes from the resort of Caleta de Fuste and 35 minutes from Corralejo, Fuerteventura is a new modern airport which is very impressive in its design.
It plays a key role in tourism development on the island with most of the flights to European Union countries, with Germany and the UK representing over three quarters of the international traffic. Internal flights are mainly from Gran Canaria, Madrid - Barajas and Tenerife Norte.
After your flight to Fuerteventura you will want to get out of the airport and off to your holiday resort as soon as possible. With this in mind we have put together a guide than can help you with all aspects of transferring to and from the airport with the options of catching a bus or taxi, booking a private transfer or hiring a car. There is no rail service on the island.
By Linda Craik Google+