On average, you’re most likely to get the best airfare deals, if you book 56 days in advance. The most expensive day to book is typically on the day that you’re planning to fly.
For the lowest prices on airfare, the best day of the week to fly is on Tuesdays and the worst is on Saturdays. Flying on a Tuesday also means a short week on your return if you have to head straight to work on Wednesday.
For the best time of the day to fly, evenings flights (from after sunset until sunrise) are usually cheaper than morning flights. Your time of arrival depends on your destination, so while we can’t be sure if you’ll lose or gain time, flying in the evening can save you money.
The cheapest month to fly to Lisbon from United Kingdom is in January. Flight prices, which tend to average around £73, are often lower during this time because this is during the off-season. If you aren’t able to travel to Lisbon during the month of January, then flying in November is also cheap. Prices for this month can be found on momondo for an average of £83.
Most flyers found that booking tickets 60 days in advance of their planned departure date is the best time to get cheap flights to Lisbon. During this timeframe, flight prices are around £120. However, flight prices might be lower outside of this timeframe. For example, people recently found flights to Lisbon from United Kingdom for as low as £23 on momondo.
Our data shows that Tuesday is the least expensive day to fly to Lisbon. Tickets to fly out on this day can be as low as £107. On the other hand, Friday is the most expensive day to depart from United Kingdom because it is more convenient for both business and leisure travellers. As a result, prices tend to be around £146.
Our most recent data shows that the best time of day to fly to Lisbon is in the afternoon. Flights from United Kingdom to Lisbon during this time can be as low as £118. In contrast, the most expensive time of day to depart to Lisbon is in the morning when prices are around £132.
Currently, Portugal travel restrictions include travel to Lisbon. Portugal has suspended all incoming international flights until at least June 15, except for flights bringing back Portuguese nationals and long-term residents with Portuguese residence permits. State flights, emergency flights, hospital/medevac flights, humanitarian/repatriation flights, United Nations flights may still enter the country, as may flights arriving from Angola, Austria, Belgium, Brazil (Sao Paulo (GRU) and Rio De Janeiro (RIO) airports only), Bulgaria, Canada, Cape Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mozambique, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sao Tome and Principe, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Venezuela. Flights including a technical stopover where passengers do not disembark may also still enter Portugal. Travelers arriving in Portugal may be required to undergo a body temperature scan upon arrival. Travelers arriving in Madeira must self-isolate for 14 days and fill an online health form 24-48 hours prior to their journey. Effective July 1, travelers with a negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours of their departure will be exempted from the quarantine requirement. Travelers arriving in the Azores are subject to medical screening and quarantine, unless they have a negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours of their departure from an accredited laboratory. If you are planning to travel to Lisbon at this time, it is recommended that you stay up to date on current restrictions and follow proper safety measures while in public.
While low cost carriers are the cheapest, don’t forget that the fares often do not include checked baggage, meals, or drinks. Take a look at our estimated additional fees in your search results to get an idea of how much extra you may have to pay.