Other major reasons to serve this airport
- Fuerteventura has major tourism attractions with its amazing beaches and warm weather.
- Wonderful spot for windsurfing.
- UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
- Good performance of existing facilities (hotels, golf courses…).
- The airport has implemented an Integrated Quality and Environmental Management System, certified according to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards.
- Fuerteventura Airport was certified by the Spanish Aviation Safety Agency (AESA), according to EU 139/2014 regulation.
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 new routes;
- For increasing number of passengers on a route: on long-haul routes, on airports with less than 3 million passengers and seasonal airports during the off-peak season;
- Off-peak days;
- Connecting flights;
- Freight: is exempted of cargo charge from the 5 July 2014;
- Airport charges decrease on average by 2,2% annually until 2021
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
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/airport-marketing.html
Potential cooperation from the Spanish Tourism Board (Tourspain): email@example.com
Market information: statistics and market analysis on request at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 2.1 million people living in the Canary Islands.
- 113,275 people live in Fuerteventura.
Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors
ATTRACTIVE FISCAL AND ECONOMIC INCENTIVES
The island’s “special status” within the EU permits it to have reduced direct and indirect taxation as well as various fiscal incentives and economic aid for business investment:
- Reduced Taxation
- Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC). A low Corporation Tax Zone (4%) that promotes the establishment of new businesses, conditional upon minimum levels of investment and job creation.
- Discount for production of tangible assets. An incentive that offers a 50% reduction on tax liability on profits attributed, to production and industrial activities.
- Canary Islands General Indirect Tax. A tax that is similar to VAT but specific to the Canary Islands and with lower applicable rates. The general rate is 7%.
- Special taxes. The taxes on fuels, alcoholic drinks, and certain types of transport are significantly lower than those in the rest of the European Union.
- Fuerteventura Airport is situated approximately five kilometres from the island’s capital, Puerto del Rosario.
- The access to the airport is by the road FV-2.
- Line 3: Puerto del Rosario-Caleta de Fuste-Las Salinas.
- Line 10: Puerto del Rosario-Morro Jable.
- Line 16: Puerto del Rosario-Gran Tarajal.
Infrastructure & Operations
- Runway(s): One (3,406 m) and contingency runway.
- Airfield with capacity for type E aircraft.
- Slot Coordinated: Coordinated.
- Operating hours: S: MON-THU, SAT: 06:30-22:00 (PS 1HR PPR); FRI, SUN: 06:00-21:30 (PS 90MIN PPR) W: MON-THU, SAT: 07:30-23:00 (PS 1HR PPR); FRI, SUN: 07:00-22:30 (PS 90MIN PPR).
- Terminals: One.
- AIP: Airport Information Publication (AIP)
For more information about Fuerteventura and its region go to:
- Passengers (commercial): 1.3m domestic passengers; 4.6m international passengers.
- Air Transport Movements: 86% scheduled flights; 14% charter flights.
- Freight: 947 tonnes.
- Largest carriers (top five): Ryanair, Binter+Naysa, TUIfly, Condor and Thomas Cook Airlines UK.