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Asturias Airport
Aeropuerto de Asturias.jpg
IATA: OVDICAO: LEAS
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Aena
Location Asturias
Elevation AMSL 226 ft / 127 m
Coordinates 43°33′49″N 06°02′05″W / 43.56361°N 6.03472°W / 43.56361; -6.03472
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
11/29 7,218 2,200 Asphalt

Asturias Airport, (IATA: OVDICAO: LEAS) is the main airport of Asturias, Spain, in Castrillón.

Asturias airport is located in Santiago del Monte, municipality of Castrillon, 15 km from Aviles, 40 km from Gijon and 47 km from Oviedo.

Traffic consists primarily of scheduled domestic flights to and from Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona, Tenerife Sur and Palma de Mallorca. Most international flights are to and from the United Kingdom, France and Belgium, as there are regular connecting flights to London-Stansted, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Brussels.

In 2007, the airport reached 1,560,830 passengers, managed 19,149 operations and moved 196 tonnes of freight.

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Air France operated by Régional Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Air Berlin Palma de Mallorca
Air Europa Lanzarote, Tenerife-South
EasyJet Geneva [resumes 17 April], London-Stansted
Iberia Airlines Madrid, Barcelona
Iberia operated by Air Nostrum Alicante, Barcelona, Brussels, Lisbon, Málaga, Seville, Valencia
Spanair Barcelona
Vueling Barcelona

Ground transport

  • Road - The airport may be reached both by the A-8 motorway and by the N-632 national highway.
  • Bus - Alsa offers service between the airport and the cities of Aviles, Gijon and Oviedo. Some of the lines also stop in Piedras Blancas and Salinas.
  • Taxis - are available at the airport

External links

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