Thinking of flying to Fuerteventura? Here’s everything you need to know before booking your cheap flights from Manchester to Fuerteventura.
How to get to Manchester airport
Manchester Airport (MAN) is located just 14km from Manchester city centre. Getting to the airport is easy via public transport. The train from Manchester Piccadilly station takes around 30 minutes to reach the airport. Meanwhile, the number 43 bus departs the city centre every 10 minutes during the day and every half an hour at night and operates as a 24-hour service. You also have the option of taking the Manchester Metrolink from Cornbrook station which takes around 35 minutes. Trains run every 12 minutes. Alternatively, you can drive to the airport in around 20 minutes via the M56 motorway ahead of your flights from Manchester to Fuerteventura.
Manchester Airport: Overview
Manchester Airport is one of the busiest airports in the UK, welcoming around 25 million people every year. It has three passenger terminals and Ryanair operates out of Terminal 3. In the terminal you’ll find plenty of cafés and restaurants to relax in before you fly from Manchester to Fuerteventura. There’s also a good selection of shops where you can pick up any last-minute essentials before boarding your flights from Manchester to Fuerteventura.
Fuerteventura Airport: Overview
Fuerteventura Airport (FUE), also known as El Matorral Airport, handles over 5 million passengers a year. The airport has one terminal where you will find arrivals and baggage claim once your flights from Manchester to Fuerteventura have landed. The airport is served by three different public bus services. Route 3 goes to Puerto del Rosario, Caleta del Fuste and Las Salinas. Route 10 goes to Morro Jable and also serves Puerto del Rosario. Route 16 takes you to Gran Tarajal as well as Puerto del Rosario. You’ll find all bus stops at Floor 0 of the terminal. If you’d prefer to rent a car for the duration of your stay, check out Ryanair Car Hire for the best deals.
What to expect on arrival in Fuerteventura
Despite being the second largest island in the Canaries, Fuerteventura is quite calm and quiet. The island has a relaxed atmosphere and is home to some of Europe’s most beautiful beaches. These beaches are great to relax on, but Fuerteventura is also regarded as a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. It’s second only to Hawaii as the world’s best destination for windsurfing. Meanwhile, Oasis Park is perfect for a day trip if you’re travelling with children. It’s an animal park with incredible views, great shows and a botanical garden full of cacti. Discover more things to do on Try Somewhere New.
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From Manchester to Fuerteventura: Practical Information
Fuerteventura enjoys warm weather, with limited rainfall, but it might be best to bring a rain jacket with you on your flights from Manchester to Fuerteventura just in case. The hottest month is July with temperatures often surpassing 25°C during the day. Temperatures throughout the rest of the year rarely drop below 18°C and it is sunny year-round.
Fuerteventura has a public bus service in operation, with 17 different routes that go to all the main destinations on the island. If you’re renting a car from Ryanair Car Hire you’ll find that driving around the island is a dream. The roads are pretty much all flat and in good shape, and you’ll be surrounded by beautiful scenery.
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