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San Sebastián Airport

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San Sebastián Airport

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Summary
Airport typePublic
OperatorAena
ServesSan Sebastián
LocationHondarribia
Elevation AMSL15 ft / 5 m
Coordinates43°21′23″N 01°47′26″W / 43.35639°N 1.79056°W / 43.35639; -1.79056
Map
EAS is located in Basque Country
EAS
EAS
Location of airport in Basque Country
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
04/22 5,755 1,800 Asphalt
Statistics (2018)
Passengers289,444
Passengers change 17-18Increase2.7%
Movements6,415
Movements change 17-18Decrease 7.4%
Cargo (t)6.7
Sources: AENA[1]

San Sebastián Airport (IATA: EAS, ICAO: LESO) is the airport serving San Sebastián in Basque Country, Spain. Despite its name, the facilities are located in the municipality of Hondarribia, with the runway stretching like a spit of land along the river Bidasoa right on the Spanish–French border.

Overview

The airport serves domestic flights, especially to Madrid. A scheme is in the pipeline to lengthen the runway (2008) in order to meet the requirements established to provide service for larger aircraft. Preliminary plans are still coming up against strong opposition, which has added to the economic difficulties facing the carriers using the airport, making its future all the more uncertain. The nearest international airports are Bilbao Airport (117 km by car) and Biarritz Pays Basque Airport (32 km).

Airlines and destinations

AirlinesDestinations
Iberia RegionalMadrid
VoloteaSeasonal: Menorca,[1] Palma de Mallorca[2]
VuelingBarcelona

Statistics

See source Wikidata query and sources.


References

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