Flights to Ibiza depart from all over Europe, especially during the summer months when millions of pleasure seekers descend on the island for a session of partying and sunbathing. Ibiza is especially popular with British tourists with direct chartered and scheduled flights departing from Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool and many other cities. During the tourist season, easyJet offer frequent daily direct departures from Gatwick and Stansted, RyanAir flies from Stansted, and BA operates flights from Heathrow, London City and Gatwick. Direct flight time is around 2.5 hours. In addition, many airlines offer flights from the UK transiting in Spain. Vueling offers frequent departures from Gatwick with a stop in Barcelona, Air Europa operates flights with a stop in Madrid, and Iberia transits in Valencia. From Germany, Germanwings offer flights to Ibiza from Berlin and Stuttgart, and AirBerlin operates direct services from Berlin Tegel. Scandinavian passengers can take connections operated by Norwegian direct to Ibiza from Copenhagen, and from Stockholm transiting at Copenhagen. Passengers from Oslo can take a Vueling flight via Barcelona. Vueling and Transavia offer direct flights to Ibiza from Paris.
How far in advance to book flights to Ibiza? The best time to book flights to Ibiza in advance is 5 weeks before the flight.
What are the cheapest and most expensive months to book flights to Ibiza? The cheapest month to fly to Ibiza is in October. The most expensive flights to Ibiza are in December.
Days of the week to travel? The cheapest day for flights to Ibiza is Wednesday.
What are the cheapest airlines for flights to Ibiza? Ryanair and easyjet
What are the main airports in Ibiza? Flights to Ibiza land at Ibiza Airport (IBZ) (Aeroport d'Eivissa), 7km from Ibiza City center.
How can I get from Ibiza Airport to Ibiza City? You can get into town via Platja d'en Bossa on bus number 10 which leaves every 20 minutes. During the tourist season, bus number 9 leaves for Sant Antoni every 90 minutes, and number 24 runs to Es Canar via Santa Eulária every every 120 minutes.