Airport Name

Menorca Airport

Airport Location

4.5km (2.8 miles) southwest of
the city of Mahon




+34 971 15 71 41

Airport Overview

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

Also known as Mahon Airport, Menorca Airport is a small airport on the island of Menorca (or Minorca). It primarily serves tourists to the Mediterranean island, with just under a million passengers moving through it each year.

Flights to Menorca Airport are mostly international, coming from major European hubs such as London, Paris, Rome, Vienna, Copenhagen, Warsaw, Lisbon, Munich, Berlin, Zurich, Madrid, Nice, Ibiza and Seville. Most of the routes are operated by budget carriers and charter airlines.

The airport is small and facilities are basic, but it handles the summer crowds as best as it can. The staff are friendly and efficient, but not everyone is bilingual so a little Spanish goes a long way.

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Terminal Transfer

There is only one terminal, and it is small enough to walk easily between gates.

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Getting into Town

Train: There is no train service to the airport.

Bus: There are several bus lines that stop at the airport, going to various parts of the island. The airport bus into downtown Mahon runs every half hour for a fare of €1.50.

Taxi: There are taxis available in front of the terminal building. The average fare to Mahon is around €10.

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Car Parking

There is one tariff system for parking at the airport: the first half hour is free, the second half hour is €0.40, then each additional hour is €0.75. The daily rate is €7.50 for the first four days, and €6 per day after that. The parking facilities are small, only accommodating 195 vehicles.

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Information Desks

There is an information desk on level 1.

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Airport Facilities

Money and communications: There are banks with currency-exchange services in the airport.

Luggage: There is a lost-luggage facility, and plastic bags for carry-on liquids are available on level 1. There is also a lost and found on the ground floor for items lost at the airport.

Conference and business: There are Internet kiosks on level 2. Nearby hotels offer other business services.

Other facilities: The airport has tour operators, a police station, pharmacy, health services, children’s rooms, meeting points and handicapped facilities.

Wi-Fi: There is currently no Wi-Fi signal in the airport.

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About the author

Oonagh ShielContent Manager at Cheapflights whose travel life can be best summed up as BC (before children) and PC (post children). We only travel during the school holidays so short-haul trips and staycations are our specialities!

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