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Ciudad Real Central Airport
Aeropuerto Central Ciudad Real
Airport type Private
Operator CR Aeropuertos
Serves Ciudad Real and Puertollano
Location Ciudad Real, Spain
Elevation AMSL 636 m / 2,086 ft
Coordinates 38°51′23″N 003°58′12″W / 38.85639°N 3.97°W / 38.85639; -3.97
Direction Length Surface
m ft
10/28 4,000 13,123 Asphalt
Ciudad Real Central Airport
Ciudad Real Central Airport

Ciudad Real Central Airport (ICAO: LERL) is an airport in South Ciudad Real (Spain). It is located adjacent to the A43 highway and a short distance from the AP41 toll highway and will have a connection to the Madrid-Seville high speed train line, making it the first Spanish airport accessed via the AVE system, 50 minutes from downtown Madrid, 50 minutes from Cordoba, and less than 2 hours from Seville and Málaga. It is the first international private airport in Spain. The airport construction project had a budget of 1.1 billion euro.

It was previously known as Don Quijote Airport and South Madrid Airport.



The airport has a single runway (11/29), 4,000 m (13,123 ft) long and 60 m (197 ft) wide servicing national and international commercial flights (regular and charter). Part of the installations are dedicated to private and sport flights, and it will have an area for maintenance, a heliport and an industrial zone of over 8 km². The passenger terminal is planned to process a maximum of 10 million passengers a year, and its cargo facilities are planned to process a maximum of 47,000 tonnes a year.

The airport is now open.

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Air Berlin Palma de Mallorca
Ryanair London-Stansted [begins 25 May]


  1. ^ CQM is a non-IATA identifier for Ciudad Real Central Airport, see [1]

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