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Pamplona airport is 6 kilometres south of the city; the urban transport line that performs this route is the L16.
The airport has direct daily flights to  Madrid. 
 
We are now connected to the world with direct, daily flights to Madrid departing from our airport via the company Iberia, and from 6th November, with flights leaving to Frankfurt on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays (booking has been open since 19th July) with the company Lufthansa.

NOAIN-PAMPLONA AIRPORT
Ctra. Pamplona-Zaragoza, Km.5
31110 Noain
Telephone numbers: 902 404 704 / 913 211 000
Web  
pnagabdir@aena.es 


Interesting information:
 
AENA is a state company that manages Spanish airports. For general information and customer service information, call: +34 902 404 704/+34 913 211 000.
. Bicycle transport: check the specific instructions from Iberia.

NEARBY AIRPORTS

There are daily connections to the major Spanish and European cities from the 6 local airports, located within an 80 and 250 km radius. From here you can reach cities in France, Germany, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Italy and Portugal.



BILBAO (170 km)
Elotxelerri
48180 Loiu
Web
infobio@aena.es

Daily flights to the main cities of Spain and Europe.


DONOSTIA-SAN SEBASTIAN  (96,2 km)
C / Gabarrari, 22.
20280 Hondarribia
Web
aeropuertosansebastian@aena.es

Direct flights to Barcelona and Madrid.


SANTANDER (250 km.)
Seve Ballesteros
Ctra. Aeropuerto, s/n
39600 Maliaño
Web
infosdr@aena.es

Daily flights to the main cities of Spain and Europe.


VITORIA-GASTEIZ (101 km)
Foronda
Ctra. Aeropuerto, s/n
01196 Vitoria-Gasteiz
Web
infovit@aena.es

Direct flights to Madrid.


ZARAGOZA (172 km.)
Pilar Miró s/n
50011 Zaragoza
Web
zazinformacion@aena.es

Direct domestic flights to Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife, and international flights to the main cities of Europe. 


BIARRITZ (128 km)
7, Esplanade de l’Europe
64600 Anglet
Teléfono: +33 559 43 83 83
Web
informations@biarritz.aeroport.fr

Direct flights to a number of cities in France, Ireland and the UK.

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