Zaragoza airport is an international airport located 16km west of Zaragoza city centre. Apart from being a commercial airport, it serves as the centre of the Spanish Air Force 15th Group.
In 2015 the airport counted over 400.000 passengers.
How to get from Zaragoza Airport to Zaragoza
There is a bus line 604 that connects the airport to the centre of Zaragoza. The bus runs from Monday to Saturday from Zaragoza between 05:30 and 22:30 and from airport between 06:15 and 11:15 p.m. On Sundays the bus departs every 30 minutes.
- The journey is 20 – 30 min long.
- One way ticket costs 1,70€.
The taxi service is the fastest way to reach the city centre of Zaragoza. One way ride costs approximately 25€. The taxis are waiting outside the Arrivals area at the airport.
You can book a private door-to-door transfer which will wait for you at the airport and take you to your destination. Be careful to book a reliable company because there is always a chance that your transfer does not come on time or overcharges you. You can book your transfer online. The transfer company will inform you on the pick-up point.
Renting a car at Zaragoza airport
All car rental companies are available in Arrivals area at the airport. There are several companies providing their services of car renting, like Atesa, Avis, Europcar and Hertz. To avoid waiting, rent your car online.
Renting a bus at Zaragoza airport
If you are a group arriving to the airport, you might consider renting a bus prior to your arrival. It is a good option if you want to explore other parts of Spain as well. Note that the bus has to be booked in advance, and the bus rental companies will advise you on the meeting point.
FAQ – bus and transport from Zaragoza airport
Of course not, the airport is only few km away from the city centre, but in case you miss all the buses on the line 604, you can take a taxi which will cost about 25€ per direction.
Yes, you can go to Diagonal Plaza Hotel about 4 km from the airport or Tulip Inn Plaza Feria on the same distance. However, to reach them you should take a taxi so it is maybe a better option to take a taxi to city centre and stay in one of the hotels there, which gives you the option of exploring the city until you depart.
Yes, of course. The best way to do so is to take the bus which takes you directly from the airport to the city centre and is the most convenient way of transportation. Also, if you don’t feel like dragging your luggage around, you can leave at the luggage storage at the Zaragoza – Delicias station in the city.
Directly from the airport no, but you can go to Zaragoza Central Station and check out for your destination. We have some suggestions for you: Zaragoza to Madrid, Zaragoza to Barcelona or Zaragoza to Bilbao.
Yes, there are several exchange offices and ATMs at the airport, working 24/7, but it would be better to exchange the money before the trip and have some euros on you since the rate will be a lot higher on the spot and no currency other than euro is accepted.