Lanzarote breaks record for flight arrivals on a single day
Yesterday marked an extraordinary milestone for the island of Lanzarote, with an unprecedented avalanche of international flights landing at its airport. An overwhelming list of cities from various European countries has converged on the Island, setting a historic record in terms of flight arrivals in a single day.
Saturday witnessed an unprecedented flow of international flights arriving in Lanzarote from multiple points in Europe including Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, and Asturias in Spain; Paris, Marseille, Lyon, and Nantes in France; London, Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Liverpool in the UK; Amsterdam and Eindhoven from the Netherlands; Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, and Stuttgart from Germany; Dublin and Cork from Ireland; Brussels from Belgium; Geneva, Basel-Mulhouse, and Zurich from Switzerland; Warsaw and Katowice from Poland; Oslo from Norway; Copenhagen from Denmark; Stockholm from Sweden; Helsinki from Finland.
This exceptional phenomenon is largely down to the favourable weather conditions that Lanzarote has experienced during the Christmas holidays, as days bathed in radiant sunshine and warm weather have been the perfect magnet for tourists and residents, turning the island's beaches into coveted destinations to spend an idyllic Christmas.
The diversity of flights is evidence of the growing appeal that the island has gained as a holiday destination during the Christmas season. Specifically, the continuous flow of arrivals from the United Kingdom and central Europe.
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