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Alicante airport is your gateway to a holiday filled with adventure on the beautiful Costa Blanca. The airport is a little way out of Alicante city, and though there is the regular slurry of airport busses and taxis, it’s really a much better idea for you to take a car hire at Alicante Airport. If you’re arriving late, perhaps with a budget airline, you may even find that many of the services are not running, or running a late night service so you could end up waiting at the airport for a little longer than you might like. You can pick up your rental car at any time from the airport, so it really doesn’t matter what time you arrive - and with it, you’ll be able to go at your own pace - so if you feel like a bite to eat before you leave the airport then that won't be a problem. We have all kinds of cars available for your trip so have a browse over our selection of family cars, sports cars and fuel efficient cars that are perfect for your adventures on Spain’s picture perfect White Coast.

 

Alicante Airport - The Facts

 

  • Ryanair is the the busiest airline at the airport operating more than 60 routes from several countries within the EU and the UK

  • The busiest routes from the airport are London Gatwick, Manchester and Oslo, Norway, being operated by the likes of British Airways, Easyjet, Ryanair, Thomson Airways and Scandinavian Airways

  • Alicante Airport now handles more than 8 million passengers annually, most of which are from the United Kingdom

  • The Airport is the 6th largest in Spain

 

Alicante Airport - A Short Guide

 


Alicante airport can be found a little under 10km South West of Alicante, which itself is in the Murcia region of Spain.
It’s the most ideal way for tourists to get to the Costa Blanca, and as such has become the main entry and exit point for tourists from all over Europe, many of which are heading to the coastal town of Benidorm - one of the most popular destinations for English tourists - which is awash with white sandy beaches and an impressive skyline filled to the rafters with sky-scraping hotels. It’s even more popular now due to a comedy TV series set in the town.

 

Alicante airport also serves Javea, Calpe and Alta and at less than 3 hours flight time from the UK, Alicante airport is a perfect choice for holiday makers looking for a quick comfortable flight to Spain’s Costa Blanca. There are plenty of airlines to choose from too, including British Airways, Iberia and budget choices like Easyjet, Air Berlin and Ryaniar. The new terminal at the airport, which opened up in 2011 replacing the older terminals 1 & 2, has a long list of great facilities including cafes, a pharmacy, tourist information and a good selection of car hire companies. You’ll find the desks for car hire to your right as you enter the main arrivals hall and you’ll find your rental car by following the tunnel to rental park. You can use Car Rentals Network to compare all of the available car hire options at Alicante Airport, making sure you get the best possible deal from all of these providers. 
Once you’ve settled down with a quick coffee or snack in the airport you should head out and begin the adventure.

 

Once out of the airport, you should head towards the main A70 Autovia de Mediteranni, which is a toll paying motorway which runs across the Mediterranean coast. This is the best way, especially if you’re heading to Benidorm as it is almost a straight drive and helps you pass the 140km drive in around one and a half hours - much shorter than any other route. If you’re going to Alicante then you have a couple of options: you can either take the A70 as above or take the N332 for a beautiful scenic route which will take you by the coastline. Most of the smaller resorts are reachable by a short drive along the same A70 road, just follow the signs and take the corresponding exit. On your way back to the airport, if you need to make a stop to refill the car, you’ll find no less than three petrol stations very close to the airport, and once back, park your car in the same parking lot and take the tunnel back into the airport. While you’re waiting for your flight, you’ll find a nice selection of bars and restaurants, as well as a good selection of shops to help you with any souvenirs, gifts or last minute indulgences before you head home.

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