8 miles west of Valencia
+ 34 902 404 704
Despite it having just one terminal, it still manages to process nearly six million passengers every year. It is a modern facility with convenient public transport options into Valencia.
You can find flights to Valencia Airport from many European countries including Geneva, London, Madrid, Rome, Paris, Vienna, Amsterdam, Zurich and Prague. Connections to US airports like New York’s JFK are available seasonally as well.
Valencia is considered a medium-sized airport in Spanish terms, but it feels dwarfed by massive airports like Madrid, from where many incoming passengers originate. Although it isn’t ideal for long stopovers, there are much less pleasant ways to spend an hour or two than relaxing in the airport cafes.
Getting into Town
Train: There are two underground lines you can take into Valencia. Line 3 (Rafelbunyol-Aeroport) stops at the ground floor of the regional flights terminal every 15 minutes between 5:30am and 10:30pm. Line 5 (Maritim Serreria-Torrent Avenue) stops every 15 minutes between 6:45am and 9:45pm. The fares vary depending on how many zones you go through.
Bus: You can take the bus into town from the airport via Route 150, which stops at the departures area regularly between 5:25am and 11:50pm.
Taxi: There is a taxi rank opposite the arrivals area with metered taxis available.
There is short and long-term parking near the terminal.
There are information desks on levels P0 and P1 of the terminal building, and a Mobile Tourist Points in each baggage claim hall.
Money and communications: Banks, ATMs, currency exchange, public phones, and Internet terminals.
Luggage: Air Europa, Flightcare, Iberia, Spanair and Vueling Airlines each operate their own lost luggage office on level P0.
Conference and business: There are three VIP lounges in the airport with meeting facilities. Aena can accommodate six people, Sala de Reunions holds ten people and the Rafael Martinez Esteve Conference Room can hold functions for up to 80 people.
Other facilities: Police station, multi-faith chapel, first-aid station and pharmacy. Additional services are available for handicapped travelers.
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi is available in the terminal for a fee.