Córdoba

Discover Córdoba airport

Discover the airport

Located six kilometres from the city, Cordoba airport is currently used by agricultural treatment companies, for organ transfers to and from the Reina Sofia hospital transplant centre, military flights, passenger charter flights, aerial photographs, pilot courses, parachuting club and other aerial activities.

The passenger terminal is situated on the ground floor of the main building and comprises departures and arrivals halls, services and offices. Cordoba airport traffic is primarily general aviation flights, with a marked peak season during the summer months.

Opportunities for airlines

Opportunities for airlines

  • Located in southern Spain, the old town of Córdoba is home to several architectural monuments dating back to the Roman Empire and the Caliphate.
  • The city has the second largest old town in Europe and is the largest urban area to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site worldwide.
  • The city’s most iconic attractions are the Mezquita and the Roman Bridge, and there are many more important historic monuments such as the Roman Temple, the Theatre, the Mausoleum, the Colonial Forum, the Adiectum Forum and the remains of Emperor Maximilian’s palace.
  • Tourism sees a significant increase in May, the month when the city’s three most important festivals take place: the Fair of Córdoba, the Festival of the Crosses and the Patios festival.
  • Its economy is based on agriculture, traditional jewellery made by gold and silversmiths and cultural tourism.

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New routes

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