Occasional operations outside the operating hours published in the AIP will be attended to at Pamplona Airport.
To do this, the following procedures must be followed:
Next, send the form to the application management centres designated for the purpose by Aena far enough in advance for publication of the corresponding NOTAM:
The airport’s Management Centre, if submitting the request during the airport's operating times as published in the AIP. The contact details for the Pamplona Airport Management Centre are:
The Aena Aeropuertos 24-hour Management Centre, if submitting the request outside the airport's operating times as published in the AIP. The contact data for this 24-hour centre are:
The applicable rates are those corresponding to operations outside the operating times published in the AIP (except for cargo flights).
Pamplona District Services has a public transport service to and from Paseo de Sarasate and Pamplona Airport based on taxis with a fixed schedule and booking required:
Changes to the health controls conducted at the points of entry to Spain. The use of the mask in airports is not mandatory, but it remains so in transport (plane, train, buses, etc.).
The health controls to be carried out at the points of entry into Spain have been modified and only passengers who do not have an EU Digital COVID Certificate must have a Spain Travel Health QR code. The use of the mask in airports is not mandatory, but it remains so in transport (plane, train, buses, etc.).
In order to enter Spain, all passengers, regardless of their country of departure (except for children under 12 years of age and those in international transit), must present one of these documents:
Consult the FAQ of Spain Travel Health.
– The use of the mask in airports is not mandatory, but it remains so in transport (plane, train, buses, etc.).
- Before you come to the airport, check the health control requirements and entry documents for the country you are travelling to.