Burgos

Discover Burgos airport

Get to know the airport

Burgos Airport, located four kilometres north-east of the city opened its doors to commercial airline operations on 3 July 2008. The new facilities make it possible to respond to air traffic demand in line with appropriate levels of safety and quality.

The airport occupies an area of almost 230 hectares in size next to the old aerodrome facilities and has a new airfield for aircraft operations and a new terminal area, which includes a new passenger terminal building with parking facilities and a multi-service building. Provision has been made in the project for the adaptation of the airport access routes, as well as other measures involving both the airport infrastructure and air navigation facilities, giving the airport enough capacity to meet forecast air transport needs.

Opportunities for the airlines

Opportunities for the airlines

  • Burgos is a historic city and home to the only cathedral in Spain listed as a World Heritage site in itself.
  • Located in the province of Burgos, Atapuerca is a major archaeological site that has been given World Heritage status by UNESCO. The Museum of Human Evolution can be found in the city of Burgos.
  • Main wine-producing region of Spain (Ribera de Duero).
  • The monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, an important Romanesque monastery on the Camino de Santiago, can be visited only a few kilometres away.

Route cards section

New routes

Consult the new routes inaugurated in the airports of the Aena network in recent years.

Burgos in figures (2021)

9.2K

Passengers

8,969

National passengers

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