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Aena is reorganising airports’ facilities, in a dynamic gradual way, in order to adapt to the decline in activity and health emergency needs. If you are travelling, check with your airline before going to the airport and remember that the use of a mask is compulsory for indoor public spaces and outdoors when impossible to keep the safety distance. Follow the hygiene measures at all times, keep a distance with anyone and your baggage once the person in front of you has left the area.

As from 15 May and until the end of the State of Alarm, internal maritime and air border controls are restored temporarily. Entry into the national territory will only be allowed to nationals and residents in Spain, among other cases. From then on all international travellers coming into Spain must quarantine themselves for 14 days following their arrival and remain in their home or accommodation and they will go out only to buy food, pharmaceuticals or essential items, to go to healthcare centres or or to carry out essential work activity and always wearing a facemask.

Updates on the situation

Published on Thursday, 4 June 2020 at 10:00 am

Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas

  • All operations at terminals T1, T2 and T3 have been moved to T4.
  • Check-in takes place at Termina T4, departures, floor 2.
  • All baggage reclaim is carried out at Hall 10.
  • At Terminal T4 Paul and Enrique Tomás cafes (both at the boarding area) remain open, as well as the vending machines. 
  • The following shops remain open: at T4 the pharmacy at check-in and the botiquin pharmacy and The Enrique Tomás shop, both at the boarding area. The following are also open: pharmacies of T1 (arrivals) and T2 (check-in) and the tobbaconist's located outside T1 arrivals.
  • Closure of the weapons inspection office at Terminal 1. All the procedures will be carried out at the weapons inspection ofice located at Terminal 4.
  • Closure of the Vip lounges.
  • The following car parks remain open: Module B of P2 and Module D and E of P4. Modules AQ1, A2, A2P Y A4 remain open in freight zone.

More information on Madrid airport website.

Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat

  • All the companies at the airport move their operations to terminal T1. Check in is carried out at T1 floor 3 and boarding is located at areas A and D.
  • All baggage reclaim, including Barcelona-Madrid Air Corridor, is carried out at the main hall of T1.
  • One catering service EAT. will remain open at the boarding area, open from 6.00am to 8.00pm and which will observe the protective and security measures established; the vending service will also remain operational. At the public area the banking services, the pharmacy and the tobacconist’s will remain open. The rest of the passenger services at the airport will also adjust to the reorganisation of the facilities.
  • The TaxFree service remains operational.
  • Closure of the Vip lounges and the fast lane service at terminal T2.
  • The shuttle bus between terminals connecting T1 with T2 has been suspended. Passengers may use the metro to commute.
  • At terminal T2 the services of taxi and the Aerobus A2 have been suspended.
  • The rest of the Metropolitan bus lines and the train service continue to operate normally.
  • Vehicle parking is concentrated in modules A-B-C of Terminal T1 car park, which can be reached through the usual entrances. The long-stay car park, the G surface car park at Terminal T1, the T2 car park and the express car park of both terminals are closed.

More information on Barcelona airport website.

Palma de Mallorca

  • Check-in of all flights is located at the counters at the central area on the check-in floor (counters 104 to 119).
  • The only operational checkpoint is located at the inter-island access. All passengers must access the passenger only area through this checkpoint, also located at the central area on the check-in floor.
  • All Operations are located at Module B (inter-island module).
  • Only one exit door remains open for arriving passengers (door D).
  • The Pharmacy of floor 2 (check-in) remains open and vending machines at arrivals, check-in and departures are available.
  • Public transport to/from the airport may be subject to alteration. Users are advised to check the EMT Palma and TIB official information.
  • Closure of the Vip lounges and the Meet&Assist service is suspended.
  • The Long-stay car park, the First class car park and the Express car park are closed, and only one floor of the General car park remains open.

More information on Palma de Mallorca airport website.

Málaga-Costa del Sol

  • Check-in of all flights will be carried out at counters 201-265.
  • Boarding and security checkpoint. All Operations are located at T2.
  • The bus station, the transport hub (T3) and the boarding area B (T2) are closed.
  • Shopping area. All the shops and eateries at the airport have been closed, except from the pharmacy, located at the public area. Vending machines are available at the check-in and boarding areas.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge and Fast Lane and the Meet&Assist service is suspended.
  • Car rental. The companies operate at their car park offices.
  • Public transport. Public transport to/from the airport may be subject to alteration. Users are advised to check the de EMT Málaga and Renfe official information.
  • PRM service. Will require a pre-booking with the notice period set out in Regulation. 1107/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council, which in this case the pre-booking period of the service is 48 hours in advance and persons with reduced mobility must be at the meeting points more than 2 hours in advance of the departure of their flight.
  • The lost&found service has been suspended temporarily. If you have lost any item you may write to objetosperdidosagp@aena.es and they will inform you as soon as possible.
  • Aena information service. The support office for passengers, users and customers is open.
  • Only the following car parks remain open: the Express Car Park (with the General car park rates) and the General Aviation Car Park.

More information on Málaga-Costa del Sol airport website.

Alicante-Elche

  • The boarding dock area is closed and only three quarters of the area of the processing building is being used which has 8 boarding gates.
  • At arrivals only one area is being used with two baggage reclaim carousels.
  • The Pharmacy and Tobbaconists' remain open and vending machines are available.
  • The Vip lounge is closed and the Meet&Assist and Fast Lane services are suspended.
  • The lost&found service opens from May 11.
  • Three floors of the General car park P1  and the Long-stay car park are closed. The First Class car park remains open.
  • Bankia and Euronet ATMs located in the boarding area are closed.

Gran Canaria

  • Airport operations are adjusted and two thirds of the terminal building are closed.
  • The Pharmacy and Spar (arrivals) remain open and vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge and Fast Lane and the Meet&Assist service is suspended.
  • The Long-stay car park and two floors of the General car park are closed.

Tenerife Sur

  • As from Saturday 28 March, all airport operations will be carried out on floor 0.
  • Baggage reclaim hall B (floor -1) is closed.
  • Closure of the main security checkpoint (floor 1) and security checkpoint B (floor 0). Fast lane is closed.
  • Closure of the check in area A (floor 0).
  • The Pharmacy of module B remains open and vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge and the Meet&Assist service is suspended.
  • The General car park remains open.

Valencia

  • The boarding area of the Regional Terminal and terminal T1 are closed. Terminal T2 with 4 boarding gates remains open.
  • At arrivals Terminal T2 remains opens and a corridor is available to get to the Metro (underground) and to the lost and found offices.
  • The General Aviation Terminal is operational upon demand.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge and the Meet&Assist and Fast Lane services are suspended.
  • Only the General car park remains open.

Ibiza

  • Extension of the Winter season reduced configuration. The following facilities remain operational: four boarding gates, five baggage reclaim carousels and part of the check in area.
  • The Pharmacy remains open and vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Only the General Car Park remains open.

Sevilla

  • Closure of eight boarding gates, four baggage reclaim carousels and three security arches.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Closure of three floors of P1 car park and Long-stay car park P4 once it is empty.

César Manrique-Lanzarote

  • As from Wednesday 25 March terminal T1 will be closed and all the airport operations will be carried out at Terminal T2.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Only the General Car park remains open

Bilbao

  • Closure of nine boarding gates.
  • All the commercial activity is suspended. Vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Transport. The services Airport-San Sebastián and Airport-Arrasate are suspended. The line A3247 Airport-Bilbao operates with reduced timetable.
  • The General car park P1 remains open, except two floors. The Long-stay P2, and the Express car parks at departures and arrivals are closed.

Tenerife Norte-Ciudad de La Laguna

  • 40% of the boarding area is closed: only 3 boarding gates for domestic flights (floor 1) and 3 boarding gates for Inter-island flights (floor 0) are operational.
  • Only 1 toilet in each boarding floor will remain open, one at the baggage reclaim hall and one at the public area.
  • The Pharmacy remains open and vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Closure of the Long-stay car park. The General car park remains open.

Fuerteventura

  • Closure of part of the baggage reclaim hall except from baggage reclaim carousels 13, 14 and 15.
  • As from Wednesday 25 March, only the South check in area will remain operational.
  • At the boarding area the boarding gates from 13 to 18 will remain operational.
  • The Pharmacy remains open and vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • The General car park remains open.

Menorca

  • The Winter season reduced configuration is maintained.
  • The Pharmacy remains open and vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Closure of the Long-stay car park.

Santiago-Rosalía de Castro

  • Two check in desks (23 and 24) and boarding area A remain operational.
  • Closure of three baggage reclaim carousels, only one remains operational (carousel 8).
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Car hire: Avis, open from 9:00am to 5:00om; Hertz, open for returns; Europcar, Monday to Friday, from 10:00am to 7:00pm; Enterprise, closed; Sixt, closed.
  • Closure of three floors of the car park. Only floor S4 remains open.

Girona-Costa Brava

  • Only one security checkpoint and five boarding gates remain operational. Half of the boarding hall is closed.
  • Closure of all the restaurants/cafeterias, two shops, the tourist office and the Aena information desk. Vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

La Palma

  • Terminal spaces are being redistributed according to operational needs.
  • The Pharmacy remains open; vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

Asturias

  • As of Wednesday, April 8, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

A Coruña

  • As of Wednesday, April 8, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • The Terminal building opens at 05:00 am, before the first flight and closes after the last flight has departed.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • Closure of the Vip lounge.
  • Car hire: Hertz, closed; Avis, Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 6:00pm, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00am to 2:00pm; Europcar, closed; Atesa, open for returns; OK Rent a Car, open for returns; Sixt, closed.
  • Closure of two of three floors of the car park.

F.G.L. Granada-Jaén

  • As of Wednesday, April 8, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

Seve Ballesteros-Santander

  • As of Wednesday, April 8, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

Jerez

  • The airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

Región de Murcia International Airport

  • As of Friday, April 10, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • The bus services to and from the airport are suspended.
  • The General car park remains open.

Vigo

  • As of Wednesday, April 8, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • The terminal building opens 2 hours before the schedule flight and closes half an hour after.
  • Closure of commercial area and VIP lounge; vending machines are available.
  • Car hire; Europcar, open; Avis, closed; Atesa, closed; Sixt, closed.
  • One floor of the car park remains open.

Almería

  • As of Thursday, April 9, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

Zaragoza

  • The airport operates passenger flights on demand, within its normal operating hours, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance. The activity of cargo flights is guaranteed under the same conditions in which it has been carried out until now, H24.
  • Closure of commercial area; vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

San Sebastián

  • The airport operates passenger flights on demand, within its normal operating hours, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance. 
  • Vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

Melilla

  • Are available for the exceptions to the closure to passenger traffic (cargo, sanitary, State flights…).
  • The General car park remains open.

El Hierro

The terminal spaces have been redistributed according to operational needs, and they are operational only when in use.

Valladolid

  • The airport operates on-demand flights within its current operating hours, from Monday to Friday until 3:00 p.m. From that time on and on Saturdays and Sundays special emergency flights,  sanitary flights or flights of activities considered essential must be requested two hours in advance. Commercial flights that comply with the current regulations must be requested 24 hours in advance.
  • Vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

Pamplona

  • As of Thursday, April 9, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Vending machines are available.
  • The General car park remains open.

La Gomera

Closure of a block of toilets. Only one check in desk is available for all the flights.

Badajoz

  • The airport operates on-demand flights within its current operating hours, from Monday to Friday until 3:00 p.m. From that time on and on Saturdays and Sundays special emergency flights,  sanitary flights or flights of activities considered essential must be requested two hours in advance. Commercial flights that comply with the current regulations must be requested 24 hours in advance.
  • Vending machines are available.

Ceuta

  • The heliport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Are available for the exceptions to the closure to passenger traffic (cargo, sanitary, State flights…).
  • Vending machines are available.

León

  • The airport operates on-demand flights within its current operating hours, from Monday to Friday until 3:00 p.m. From that time on and on Saturdays and Sundays special emergency flights,  sanitary flights or flights of activities considered essential must be requested two hours in advance. Commercial flights that comply with the current regulations must be requested 24 hours in advance.
  • Vending machines are available.

Logroño-Agoncillo

  • As of Sunday, April 12, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.
  • Vending machines are available.

Salamanca

  • The airport operates on-demand flights within its current operating hours, from Monday to Friday until 3:00 p.m. From that time on and on Saturdays and Sundays special emergency flights,  sanitary flights or flights of activities considered essential must be requested two hours in advance. Commercial flights that comply with the current regulations must be requested 24 hours in advance.
  • Vending machines are available.

Córdoba

As of Thursday, May 7, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request one hour in advance.

Albacete

The airport operates on-demand flights within its current operating hours, from Monday to Friday until 3:00 p.m. From that time on and on Saturdays and Sundays special emergency flights,  sanitary flights or flights of activities considered essential must be requested two hours in advance. Commercial flights that comply with the current regulations must be requested 24 hours in advance.

Huesca-Pirineos

As of Thursday, May 7, the airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.

Son Bonet

The airport operates on demand, within its normal schedule, upon prior request from the airlines three hours in advance.

Rest of the airports

At Algeciras, Burgos, Reus, San Sebastián and Vitoria scheludes and facilities are being adapted to the new operations of the airlines.

At the air side of Aena airports only those outlets that are essential to meet the needs of workers, suppliers and passengers remain open. Only some catering serices at the main airports remain open, and also some press and convenience shops selling food and drinks, and special attention is paid to the vending machines supply.

Vip lounges and the Meet&Assist service are temporarily closed.