Valencia

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Valencia airport, located eight kilometres to the west of the regional capital, is currently an essential facility for the economic development of the area that it serves. Traffic handled by the airport is mainly international, with most passengers arriving from or departing for Italy, Germany, the United Kingdom and France. The three domestic destinations with the highest numbers of passengers are Palma de Mallorca, Madrid and Ibiza.

As well as commercial aviation, with several passenger and cargo airline operators, the airport also has a great deal of activity in general aviation, with the presence of private aviation companies, public bodies and other related companies with a wide range of diverse aerial business.

In 2019 the airport handled 8,539,579 passengers, 77,702 flight operations and 14,516 tonnes of cargo.

Opportunities for the airlines

Opportunities for the airlines

  • An economic, industrial and tourist centre: a key port to the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Valencia is the city where the architect Santiago Calatrava was born. He designed the surprising, futurist City of Arts and Sciences which is a landmark in world architecture.
  • Las Fallas bonfires, a universal celebration in honour of Saint Joseph (19 March).
  • La Tomatina tomato festival. A festival held in the town of Buñol, 30km away from the Mediterranean. Those taking part do battle by throwing tomatoes at each other. Held on the last Wednesday of August, to coincide with the fiestas in Buñol.

Route Cards Section

New routes

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

Valencia in figures (2021)

4.1M

Passengers

2.6M

International passengers

1.5M

Domestic passengers

26%

For business

47%

For leisure

22%

For VFR

6%

For other reasons

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