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Asturias Airport

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Asturias Airport

Aeropuerto de Asturias
Aena Asturias.svg
Aeropuerto de Asturias.jpg
Airport typePublic
ServesAsturias, Spain
OpenedJune 11, 1968 (1968-06-11)
Focus city for
Elevation AMSL127 m / 416 ft
Coordinates43°33′49″N 06°02′05″W / 43.56361°N 6.03472°W / 43.56361; -6.03472
OVD is located in Asturias
Location within Asturias
Direction Length Surface
m ft
11/29 2,200 7,218 Asphalt
Statistics (2018)
Passengers change 17–18Decrease0,5%
Movements change 17-18Decrease 4,5%
Cargo (t)33
Sources: AENA[1]

Asturias Airport, (IATA: OVD, ICAO: LEAS) is the only international airport of Asturias, Spain, in Castrillón. Traffic consists primarily of scheduled domestic flights and some seasonal scheduled international flights. In 2012, the airport handled 1,309,640 passengers and managed 13,252 operations. The airport is located in Anzu, parish of Santiago del Monte, municipality of Castrillón, 15 km from Avilés, 40 km from Gijón and 47 km from the regional capital, Oviedo.


The airport first opened on 11 June 1968.[2] The first commercial route was established with Madrid and soon after another route came into operation, which linked Santiago de Compostela with Barcelona via Asturias and Bilbao.

In 1980, the airport underwent its first major expansion in preparation for the 1982 football World Cup in Spain. In 1982, the aircraft parking platform doubled in size. An additional 5 check-in desks were added to the existing ones. 2 boarding gates and 2 arrival gates, a new cafeteria-restaurant and several shops were also new additions.

In 2003, a series of improvements were made to the airport, that would enable it to handle a higher volume of passengers and aircraft traffic. Construction work on adding a second floor to the airport, that was accessible to passengers, was completed, and 3 Jet bridge jetways were also installed, allowing passengers to embark directly from the terminal building onto the aircraft.

Airlines and destinations

The following airlines operate regular scheduled and charter services to and from Asturias:[3]

‹The template Airport destination list is being considered for deletion.› 

Air Europa Madrid
Seasonal: Alicante, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife–North, Tenerife–South
Binter Canarias Gran Canaria[4]
Seasonal: Tenerife–North[5]
Iberia Madrid
Iberia Express Seasonal: Gran Canaria, Tenerife–North, Valencia
Iberia Regional Palma de Mallorca
Seasonal: Gran Canaria, Tenerife–North
Volotea Alicante, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca, Seville, Tenerife–South, Valencia
Seasonal: Ibiza, Menorca, Murcia
Vueling Alicante, Barcelona, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca, Seville, Tenerife–North[6]
Seasonal: Ibiza,[7] Menorca[8]


See source Wikidata query and sources.

Check-in hall
Check-in hall
Terminal interior
Terminal interior
Year Passenger numbers Air cargo (kg.) Flight operations
2001 816,087 (19th) 641,241 (22nd) 12,526 (27th)
2002 774,317 (20th) 577,235 (22nd) 12,036 (27th)
2003 839,814 (24th) 484,441 (23rd) 12,867 (27th)
2004 943,992 (22nd) 420,256 (24th) 14,198 (26th)
2005 1,251,495 (21st) 230,201 (28th) 17,535 (21st)
2006 1,353,030 (21st) 199,437 (25th) 17,987 (26th)
2007 1,560,830 (20th) 196,741 (26th) 19,148 (28th)
2008 1,530,248 (19th) 139,455 (25th) 18,371 (26th)
2009 1,316,088 (20th) 113,149 (24th) 16,033 (27th)
2010[9] 1,355,364 (19th) 110,645 (25th) 16,538 (25th)
2011 1,339,010 (19th) 136,772 (23rd) 15,349 (25th)
2012 1,309,640 (18th) 101,782 (25th) 13,252 (25th)
2013 1,039,409 (19th) 94,361 (29th) 10,407 (23rd)
2014 1,065,570 (19th) 71,202 (24th) 11,715 (24th)
2015 1,119,273 (18th) 64,237 (26th) 10,758 (27th)
2016 1,281,979 (18th) 53,638 (24th) 11,928 (25th)
2017 1,407,217 (18th) 32,860 (25th) 13,005 (24th)
2018 1,400,481 (19th) 33,038 (26th) 12,444 (26th)
2019 1,417,433 (19th) 28,538 (26th) 13,406 (25th)

Ground transport

  • Road - The airport may be reached by both the A-8 motorway and the N-632 national road.
  • Bus - Alsa coach company offers a service between the airport and the cities of Avilés, Gijón and Oviedo. Some routes also stop in Piedras Blancas and Salinas.
  • Taxis - These are available at the airport.
  • Car Rental Services - Avis and Hello  Rent a Car.


  1. ^
  2. ^ "Anecdotario de la visita del Jefe del Estado" (in Spanish). El Comercio hemerotec. 19 June 1968. Retrieved 13 June 2017.
  3. ^ Airlines and destinations
  4. ^ Liu, Jim. "Binter Canarias July / October 2020 network expansions". Routesonline. Retrieved 17 August 2020.
  5. ^
  6. ^
  7. ^
  8. ^
  9. ^ La Nueva España, ed. (14 January 2011). "El aeropuerto asturiano gana viajeros en 2010 tras dos años de pérdidas" (in Spanish).

External links

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