|Vitoria Airport Address||Vitoria / Alava|
|Telephone Number||0034 945 163 500|
|Guide in Spanish||Aeropuerto de Vitoria|
|Guide in German||Vitoria Flughafen|
Vitoria Gasteiz is a provincial airport that received 39,933 passengers and 9,489 flights in 2009. It handles domestic flights from Madrid and Barcelona.
Although the passenger numbers at the airport are low it actually handles a huge amount of cargo flights, with only Barcelona and Madrid Airports handling more.
The City of Vitoria is about 10 kms away and the airport is just 64 kms south of Bilbao. This makes it a good alternative way of spending a weekend break either in Bilbao or exploring this beautiful and unspoilt part of Spain.
There are currently three car hire companies based at Vitoria Airport. They all have offices within the arrivals terminal and they are:
- Avis at Vitoria Airport
- Europcar at Vitoria Airport
- Hertz at Vitoria Airport
Air Nostrum who are part of Iberia, offer flights between Vitoria and Barcelona and Madrid, and Ryanair used to offer services between Stansted and Vitoria and Dublin to Vitoria but at the moment this route is suspended. We will publish details if and when the service is reinstated.
There are currently no bus routes between the airport and the city of Vitoria. Taxi Drivers guarantee the presence of taxis for night flights arriving from Madrid and Barcelona.
Expect to pay €15-18 to get into the City Centre and allow €75-90 if you are heading up to Bilbao.
- Telephone Radiotaxi: (0034) 945 273 500
- Taxis for handicapped persons, telephone: (0034) 670 870 144
There is no bus link from the airport. You can find out more about Vitoria bus station departures and arrivals on the Autobuses La Unión website. Telephone: (0034) 945 264 626
There is also a bus from Vitoria which provides an overnight connection into Madrid (Barajas) T4 for early flights. You can find out more at www.alsa.es
There is space for 555 vehicles at Vitoria Airport and the parking is free. You will find the car parking directly opposite the terminal building.
The arrivals hall at Vitoria is small on the same level as the departures hall.
When you arrive at Vitoria you will go to one of the two baggage reclaim halls: the first is for domestic flights and the second (which has both passport and customs controls) is for international flights.You can find out more information on live flight arrivals here.
In the departures hall you will find 7 check in desks and a cafe serving snacks and drinks throughout the day. You can find out more information on live flight departures here.
To save you time finding your way around when you arrive in Vitoria, we have provided an up to the minute Vitoria Area Guide on sporting and leisure amenities which includes the best Vitoria Shopping Areas, Vitoria Markets, Vitoria Golf Courses, recommended Vitoria Restaurants and Vitoria Local Attractions.
Shopping & Eating
Vitoria Airport currently has one shop: Delicatium Multi-shop which is a newsagents and also offers a wide variety of gifts and local products including wine, cider, Txacoli, tinned tuna, sweets, ceramics, T-shirts, etc.
The Delicatium café-restaurant is part of the multi-shop and serves breakfast, snacks and meals and offers a children’s menu.
In some ways the most important aspect of all, Vitoria Weather gives you a full 3 day, 5 day and 10 day forecast with information on the year round climate in Vitoria and the surrounding area.
Left Luggage Store
There are no left luggage facilities at Vitoria Airport.