Valladolid Airport (VLL/LEVD)

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Valladolid is by far the economic centre of Castilla-León – largely owing to the strong presence of automotive industry. Companies like Michelin, FASA-Renault and IVECO have heavily invested in the region.

Valladolid certainly has a varied offer. Formerly the capital of the Kingdom of Castile, the city maintains rich traditions.

Other major reasons to serve this airport

  • Valladolid is an important city in the automotive industry (IVECO, FASA-Renault, Michelin).
  • Valladolid International Film has been held annually since 1956.
  • Valladolid is connected to Madrid by high-speed train, highly reducing the time journey between these two cities (one hour).
  • Major wine region (Ribera del Duero and Rueda).
  • Potential for untapped demand and cultural tourism.

The Duero Valley, one of Spain’s largest and best known wine regions, is easily accessible from Valladolid. Plentiful bodegas offer tastings to serve a thirst for the wine tourism which has blossomed in recent years.

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 new routes;
  • For increasing number of passengers on a route: on long-haul routes, on airports with less than three million passengers and seasonal airports during the off-peak season;
  • Seasonality;
  • Off-peak days;
  • Connecting flights;
  • Freight: is exempted of cargo charge from the 5 July 2014;
  • The Spanish Government has approved a 11% reduction in all airport charges in the period 2017-2021 (2.2% annually). It is effective as of 1 March 2017.

The conditions of the Aena Incentive scheme are according to the wording included in the legislation in force. For more information please visit:


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.

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Potential cooperation from the Spanish Tourism Board (Tourspain):

Market information: statistics and market analysis on request at

The map shows the population within a two-hour drive from Valladolid Airport (the red square), and the nearest airports in the area (Burgos, Leon, Salamanca & Madrid Airports). Nearly 230,000 passengers used Valladolid Airport in 2016; around 25% travelled on business.

Catchment Area

  • 30-minute catchment: 445,447.
  • 60-minute catchment: 693,948.
  • 120-minute catchment: 2,289,237.

Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors

A substantial requirement for just-in-time inventory is presented by the large-scale presence of vehicle manufacturing.

The most-needed scheduled domestic services include the Canary Islands, typical holiday destinations for the sun-hungry Spaniards of the north.


  • Valladolid Airport is located 10 kilometres from the provincial capital.

Road Access:

  • The access road for the airport is the N-601 Adanero-Gijon. From Valladolid take the exit heading towards Leon.

Bus Access:

  • Alsa bus line:
    • Valladolid-Airport-Leon.
    • Valladolid-Airport-Madrid.
  • Linecar bus line:
    • Valladolid-Airport.

Infrastructure & Operations

Important infrastructure developments and/or other news


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Vital statistics

2016 figures

  • Passengers (commercial): 199,821 domestic passengers; 27,470 international passengers.
  • Air transport movements:  85% scheduled flights; 15% charter flights.
  • Freight: 30 tonnes.
  • Largest carriers (top five): Ryanair, Vueling, Evelop Airlines, Air Europa and Enter Air.


Airport Charges

Annual report