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Alicante Airport

Alicante Airport

Alicante Airport is 9 kilometers southwest of Alicante on the east coast of Spain. It is the entrance gateway to Costa Blanca, an important tourist destination. The airport processes a majority of international flights. In 2015, 10.5 million passengers traveled through Alicante Airport.

The Alicante Airport Terminal was opened in 1967, still then under the name ‘El Altet’. The new airport replaced the old airport ‘La Rabassa’. Since the opening the airport has been regularly expanded, the last large renovation was in 2011, when the old Terminal 1 (T1) and Terminal 2 (T2) were closed and one new Terminal (Terminal N) was opened.

Terminal NAT – New Terminal Area (Nueva Area Terminal)

The terminal has a total of 26 gates named:
Gates B: from B21 to B23, from B25 to B27, from B29 to B35.
Gates C: from C37 to C43 and from C45 to C50.

The terminal building is provided with 96 check-in desks, 16 baggage reclaim carousels and 15 airbridges.

Alicante Airport website