Airport Guide to Fuerteventura/Puerto del Rosario (FUE)

Airport Name

Fuerteventura Airport

Airport Location

5km (3 miles) southwest of Puerto del Rosario

IATA Code

FUE

Telephone

(+34) 91 321 10 00


Airport Overview

Terminal Transfer | Getting into Town | Car Parking | Information Desks | Airport Facilities

On the same latitude as Florida and only 100km (60 miles) off the coast of Africa, Fuerteventura is less popular than the other Canary Islands, but is seeing increasing traffic from UK holidaymakers and day-trippers from Lanzarote and Gran Canaria.

Fuerteventura Airport is situated 5km (3 miles) from the capital Puerto del Rosario and only ten minutes’ drive from the resort of Caleta de Fuste. Though small, the airport is clean and modern and the only steady complaints are the inflated prices of the shops and restaurants. Also, queues can move slowly in peak season.

Serving more than four million passengers per year, there are flights to Fuerteventura Airport from many cities in Europe. While some only operate in peak summer tourist seasons, there are plenty of options from cities such as London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Berlin, Brussels, Vienna, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Paris, Munich, Madrid, Tenerife, Milan and Zurich.

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Terminal Transfer

There is only one terminal.

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Getting into Town

Train: There is no train or subway service to Fuerteventura.

Bus: There are two public buses that serve the airport, Route 3 and Route 10. Both stop in front of the terminal. Route 3 departs twice an hour on weekdays and slightly less often at weekends and on public holidays, and costs about €1.80, while Route 10 leaves eight times a day on weekdays, six times on Saturdays, and four times on Sundays.

Taxi: There is a taxi rank outside the arrivals area. Fares vary depending on destinations, but range from approximately €25 to Parque Holandes to €81 to Jandia Playa. Taxis to Carralejo are about €45.

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Car Parking

There is parking outside the terminal. It’s free for 30 minutes. After that the price is little more than €0.01 per minute. The daily rate is €8.15 up to four days and €6.50 per day after that.

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Information Desks

There are information desks on levels P0 and P1.

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Airport Facilities

Money and communications: There are three ATMs in the airport.

Luggage: There are baggage trolleys available for a refundable deposit of €1 or £1. There is also a lost luggage office.

Conference and business: There is a photocopier at the Aena information counter on Level P0.

Other facilities: Children’s play area, tourist information booth, pharmacy and first aid station.

Wi-Fi: There is Wi-Fi access throughout the terminal.

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