Pamplona Airport Transfers – Aeropuerto de Pamplona-Noain (PNA)

Aeropuerto de Pamplona-Noain – Pamplona Airport Transfers:

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Pamplona Airport Transfers

Pamplona Airport is located between the towns of Noain and Esquiroz and is about six kilometres to the south of Pamplona city. The new terminal which opened in November 2010 doubled the airport’s capacity and it is now able to handle 1.1 million passengers a year and also allows for larger aircrafts to operate here.

Pamplona Flights

Pamplona Airport is mainly a domestic airport. Currently the airlines that operate Pamplona flights are:

  • Air Nostrum
  • Iberia
  • Croatia Airlines (charter from Dubronik) and
  • Orbest Orizonia Airlines (seasonal from Minorca)

They mainly connect passengers to Barcelona and Madrid.

Note: There is no left luggage facility at Pamplona Airport.

International airports near Pamplona include Santander Airport, Bilbao Airport or Zaragoza Airport.

How to Get to/from Pamplona Airport

By Bus

Line 16 serves the Aizoáin-Noáin-Beriáin route and stops at the Talluntxe area, about 800 metres from the airport. For schedules and routes, see the TCC website www.tccpamplona.com.

Shuttle Direct

For door to door service, you can pre-book a private transfer with Shuttle Direct.

By Taxi

The taxi stand is next to the Arrivals area.

Car Rental

AVIS, Europcar, Hertz and National Atesa operate at Pamplona Airport.

By Car

Take the N-121 national highway in the direction of Zaragoza. Exit onto the NA-6006 motorway at kilometre 5. The car park at Pamplona Airport is just a minute’s walk from the terminal. There is capacity for 657 cars.

Map of Pamplona Airport:

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