Lanzarote Airport (ACE) serves the sunny Canary Island of Lanzarote and is conveniently located 3 miles (5 km) southwest of the capital city, Arrecife.
In addition to receiving a much needed facelift during the 1990s, a section of the airport’s Gaucimeta Terminal was dedicated to serving as an aviation museum in 2002 in response to tourists’ keen interest in the island’s aviation history.
With roughly 5 million travelers on more than 46,000 flights to Lanzarote Airport each year, the facility is very busy, especially during the summer season. The terminals are rather small and often get busy (but seldom chaotic), especially on Thursdays when several British flights to Lanzarote Airport arrive.
View Lanzarote (ACE) Airport Guide
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