A Coruña Airport (LCG/LECO)


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The cruise and textile industries are important components in the A Coruña catchment offer.

Other major reasons to serve this airport

  • Please, contact the Aena S.A. Route Development Marketing Team for detailed information.
  • Galicia is a region with a strong economy and a high tourism appeal.
  • The headquarters of Zara, the world leader textile manufacturer, is based in A Coruña.
  • The cruise industry is flourishing in A Coruña. Its port has witnessed the arrival of an increasing number of cruises.
  • The city is the site of the Roman Tower of Hercules, a light house declared a World Heritage Site. The light house route on the Costa da Morte is worthwhile visiting at any time of the year.

With the new expansion of the airport, A Coruña airport is keen on developing its domestic and intra-European network.

Aena offers airlines an extensive range of incentives.

Marketing and other support

Aena offers airlines an extensive range of incentives. See the new incentive that Aena offers airlines in 2017 and discover which one suits your type of operation best:

  • For increasing number of passengers on a route
  • Seasonality;
  • Off-peak days;
  • Connecting flights;
  • Freight: is exempted of cargo charge from the 5 July 2014;
  • The Spanish Governement has approved an 11% reduction in all the airport charges in the period 2017-2021 (2.2% annually). It will be effective as of 1 March 2017.

The conditions of the Aena Incentive scheme and PR support are according to the wording included in the legislation in force. For more information please visit: http://www.aena.es/en/airlines/incentives.html

MARKETING SUPPORT

Aena collaborates on an ongoing basis with airlines on aspects such as organising events relating to first flights, advertising in media belonging to Aena, press releases, publicity on social networks, information to travel agencies associations etc. All of this is geared towards achieving greater visibility and publicity for the launch of new routes or new bases.

For more information please visit: http://www.aena.es/en/airlines/promotional-marketing.html

Potential cooperation from the Spanish Tourism Board (Tourspain): infosmile@tourspain.es

Market information: statistics and market analysis on request at airlinebox@aena.es

The map shows the population within a two-hour drive from A Coruña Airport (the one in the red square) and the nearest airports in the area (Santiago and Vigo airports). A Coruña's fantastic seafood – best enjoyed with the region's beer, Estrella Galicia. Over four million tonnes of seafood are fished and delivered each month to the city's busy port.

Catchment Area

  • 30-minute catchment: 600,849.
  • 60-minute catchment: 1,135,766.
  • 120-minute catchment: 2,515,983.

A Coruña means business: Based on oil refinery, heavy industry and its port (now also attractive stop-over for many cruise ships), the city has developed into a major services centre with many headquartered multinationals such as INDITEX, the parent company of fashion retailer Zara and Bershka.

Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors

Geography

  • A Coruña Airport is situated in the north of the province, approximately eight kilometres from the capital’s city centre.

Road access

  • Around the airport you will find the AP-9 toll motorway linking A Coruña with Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra, Vigo and Tuy, the AC-14 and A6 motorway linking A Coruña with Lugo and Madrid and the N-550, between A Coruña and Santiago.

Bus access

  • Line 4051 A Coruña – Airport.

Infrastructure & Operations

Coruna aerial runway

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Vital statistics

2016 figures

  • Passengers (commercial): 933,535 domestic passengers; 120,088 international passengers.
  • Air transport movements:  99% scheduled flights; 1% charter flights.
  • Freight: 184 tonnes.
  • Largest carriers: Vueling, Iberia, Air Europa  and TAP Portugal.

Financials