You are likely to get the cheapest flights to Lisbon during the two off-seasons. The first stay all summer from June to late August and the second begins right after New Year and ends by mid-February. Stay connected by signing up for our TravelHouseUK newsletter or by following us on Facebook. Take a minute and leave us a query and our travel agent will quote you the best low-cost deals available for Lisbon flights.
TravelHouseUK offers you the minimum price available on Lisbon flights with Tap Air Portugal, a lot cheaper than what the airline is quoting. Tap Air Portugal offers non-stop flights to Lisbon from London (Heathrow and Gatwick airports) and Manchester. The airline also offers indirect flights from the Gatwick Airport. Our agents are just a call away, so pick your phone, provide us with your details and let us find you a package that meets your specific needs. Whether it is that you want the lowest price or a decent flight experience at a reasonable cost, we can surely work something out.
The most important perk of booking a flight to Lisbon in advance is that you get your desired seats. This is a major priority for those travelling with their families or in groups. You may also get a lower price if you make your booking at least 6 months prior to your expected departure for Lisbon. That said, you are welcome to discuss such priorities with one of our travel consultants here at TravelHouseUK (free of cost, of course). You can reach us on the phone or what is more convenient nowadays; Facebook and other social media. He/she will assess the situation and let you know if booking in advance is a good idea or not.
The Humberto Delgado Airport, commonly dubbed as Lisbon Airport, is the main international airport serving Lisbon. It will be a lot more convenient to remember it by its IATA code, which is LIS. There are two terminals designated as Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, the former being bigger and more extravagantly furnished. Tap Air Portugal utilises Terminal 1 but if you are flying to Lisbon on a budget airline such as EasyJet and Ryanair, you will be entering the Terminal 2 of the airport.
The Lisbon Airport, officially called the Humberto Delgado Airport, is approximately 7 kilometres from Lisbon proper. If you are travelling by taxi, that makes it about a 15-minute drive during regular hours; and about half an hour during rush hours. The most expedient way of reaching the city is by using the metro from the Aeroporto Station outside Terminal 1. The metro is also handy considering that in ten minutes, it connects you to the Gare do Oriente Train station, which connects you to other parts of the city. A shuttle bus service is also available at the airport.