Other major reasons to serve this airport
- Important logistic centre for major worldwide companies.
- Zaragoza has an important industry in the automotive & logistics areas.
- Strategic location between Madrid, Barcelona and the South of France, which represents a great value from the logistic point of view and the cargo transportation.
- The Mudejar art of Zaragoza is considered a World heritage of the Humanity.
- Interesting tourist offer including access to Pyrenees.
- Zaragoza Airport quality, environment and energy management systems certifications are: ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and ISO 50001.
- Zaragoza Airport was named Best Airport by Size and Region (under 2 million passenger in Europe), at the ASQ (Airport Service Quality) awards given by the Airports Council International (ACI) in 2018.
- Many private companies have rewarded the airport´s work:
- UNO, a business organization of logistics and transport operators, recognizes Zaragoza airport with its award for Logistics Leaders 2019 in the Foreign Trade category for its outstanding work and evolution.
- Zaragoza airport receives El Vigía award for the best logistic initiatives of 2019 in the category of air transport, awarded by El Vigía, digital newspaper and printed monthly magazine.
- Zaragoza Airport was certified by the Spanish Aviation Safety Agency (AESA), according to RD 862/2009 regulation.
- Information about COVID-19 measures in place can be found at Info COVID-19.
Marketing and other support
- Operation recovery.
- Off-peak days.
- Connecting flights.
- Freight: Exempted of cargo charge from the 5th of July 2014
- Airport charges decrease on average by 2,2% annually until 2021
The conditions of the Aena Incentive scheme 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 & market analysis on request at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 30-minute catchment: 792,923 population.
- 60-minute catchment: 1,102,288 population.
- 120-minute catchment: 2,673,231 population.
Under-served freight opportunities and other economic impact factors
Third Spanish airport in terms of volume of cargo. 182,700 tonnes of cargo processed in 2019, including mainly garments.
- Major cargo operators and freight forwarders including Emirates, Qatar Cargo, Korean, Air Bridge Cargo or Cargolux connecting to destinations all around the world.
- Overall, clothing products registered the strongest growth both in and out due to the presence in the area of Inditex.
Airport cargo area features
- More than 20.000 m2 of warehouses and offices for the use of cargo agents and 20.000 m2 more of developed site for future installation of new first and second line companies.
- Two runways, which allow every type of aircraft, and platform with more than 160.000 m2 (parking space for airplanes B747/400 y B747/800)
- Short distances between cargo terminals and parking sites.
- Open 24 hours a day.
- EU-Approved Border Inspection Post (BIP) for animal products for human consumption, and facilities for controlling plant-based products. Several Government Services involved in airport operation available.
- Simple and efficient infrastructures that speed up the management of cargo, making faster delivery times possible and thus reducing costs.
- Strategic location, in the centre of a 300 km radius which includes the main economic and industrial hubs of the Peninsula (Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao) and the south of France (Toulouse).
- Three handling operators with their own warehouses for handling goods and a controlled temperature storage facility for perishable goods.
- Integrated with the largest logistical platform in southern Europe, an intermodal transport hub (rail, road and air) making Zaragoza one of the most important logistics cities in Europe.
For further detail, please go to: www.aena.es
Cargo incentives scheme
- Freight is exempted of cargo charge from the 5th of July 2014
For further detail, please go to: http://www.aena.es/en/commercial/cargo.html
- Zaragoza Airport is located approximately 10 kilometres south-east of the regional capital.
- The airport is accessed through two branches that come from the A-2 and N-125 and which also originate on the A-68. The average access time from the centre of Zaragoza is estimated between 15 and 20 minutes.
Infrastructure & Operations
- Runway(s): Two (3,718m; 3,032m).
- Operating hours: Summer 04:45-21:00; Winter 05:45-22:00; H-24 all year for cargo aircraft.
- Terminals: One (opened in 2008).
- AIP: Airport Information Publication (AIP)
For more Zaragoza region information please go to:
- Tourist Services Guide from the Government of Aragon
- Zaragoza City Hall. Tourism
- Zaragoza Provincial Tourism Board
- Tourism in Spain
- Passengers (commercial): 121,000 domestic pax; 346,700 international pax.
- Flights: 95% scheduled; 5% charter.
- Freight: 182,700 tons
- Largest carriers: Ryanair, Wizz Air, Vueling, Air Europa and Volotea.