Murcia Airport Arrivals (RMU)
|No flight arrivals were found at Murcia Airport.|
Flight Arrivals at Murcia Airport
Murcia Covera International Airport arrivals can look forward to excellent onward transport options, because new motorways and an AVE high speed train link connect the airport with the rest of the region and the entire country. Car rental, bus and taxi operators complete the range of transport options available to arrivals at Murcia Airport.
The Costa Calida and the Mar Menor are among Spain's most favoured holiday destinations. World class golf resorts, a stunning coastline, affordable holiday homes and a state-of-the-art new theme park with Hollywood inspired rides and entertainments are among the best this Spanish region has to offer. To begin with, it is envisaged that 1.3 million passengers will use Murcia Corvera Airport for arrivals and departures, as soon as Murcia's San Javier Airport scales down commercial flight operations.
As Murcia Airport arrivals are still coming into the old San Javier Airport at the present time, various budget and charter airlines are getting ready to transfer their ground staff over to the new airport at Corvera. Services and facilities at Murcia San Javier Airport still include baby changing rooms, a police station, a number of snack bars and restaurants in the departure zones on Level P0, an information stand and an ATM, as well as a bus service that links directly with the transportation hub at Santiago de la Ribera.
The nearest motorway is the A-30 and with car rental readily available from a number of well known operators, the region unfolds easily to holiday makers. Budget flights with Easyjet, Ryanair, Jet2.com, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Air Nostrum and Iberia for example provide affordable flights into a region that boasts some of Spain’s most modern golf courses and facilities for golfers.
Destinations from which Murcia Airport arrivals can connect include Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, London, Liverpool and Nottingham in the UK as Dublin in Ireland. Domestic flights are also available to Madrid, the country’s capital.
A convenient bus service links Murcia Airport with the town of Murcia and the Santiago de la Ribera transportation hub daily at 4.30 pm and at 6.45 pm. The bus stop is located just outside the terminal, roughly in the center of the front aspect.
Car rental operators with car hire counters at the airport are Centauro, Europcar and Goldcar, but arrivals at Murcia Airport also have car hire available through operators with offices near by, which include Hertz, Victoria Cars and Record Rent A Car among others.
Taxis charge a surcharge of EUR 3.10 for a pick-up at the airport, as they come from the Santiago de la Ribera taxi rank. Another supplement of EUR 0.35 is charged for passengers luggage. A trip to Alicante Airport for example would cost EUR 120.00 plus possible surcharges for extra luggage, while a trip to Murcia will be charged at EUR 55.00 and a trip to La Manga Club will cost EUR 45.00 while a taxi journey to La Manga itself will be charged at EUR 60.00. Murcia Airport arrivals travelling by taxi to Cartagena will be charged EUR 40.00 for the one-way journey.
While shopping facilities at San Javier have already been scaled down, there are still a multi-shop that offers Murcia Airport arrivals pretty much everything from cosmetics and perfume to sweets and newspapers, there is also a shop selling gourmet products from the region and gifts.
For more information about Murcia San Javier Airport, please visit the official Aena website at www.aena-aeropuertos.es.
The Mar Menor is officially Europe's largest lagoon; its warm, crystal clear and shallow waters...