Ibiza Airport Flight Arrivals (IBZ)

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Origin Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
London (STN) Ryanair FR9253 09:25 Delayed
Alicante (ALC) Ryanair FR7566 09:35 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Ryanair FR8146 09:40 Scheduled
Manises (VLC) Iberia Regional IB8432 09:45 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Vueling VY3518 (2) 09:55 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Iberia IB5387 09:55 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Qatar Airways QR3581 09:55 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) Vueling VY1354 (1) 10:00 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) Iberia IB5031 10:00 Scheduled
Palma Mallorca (PMI) Iberia IB8524 10:00 Scheduled
Palma Mallorca (PMI) Iberia Regional IB8538 10:25 Scheduled
Sevilla (SVQ) Vueling VY2424 (1) 10:30 Scheduled
Sevilla (SVQ) Iberia IB5199 10:30 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Ryanair FR9469 10:35 Scheduled
London (LGW) easyJet U28101 10:55 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Ryanair FR3174 11:05 Scheduled
Palma Mallorca (PMI) Swiftair WT7775 (1) 11:10 Scheduled
Palma Mallorca (PMI) Air Europa UX2055 11:10 Scheduled
Manises (VLC) Ryanair FR1698 11:15 Scheduled
Luton (LTN) easyJet U22307 11:20 Scheduled

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Flight Arrivals at Ibiza Airport

Ibiza Airport is located on one of Spain’s Balearic Islands, and approximately 7 km, or 3.4 miles from Ibiza Town, or otherwise known as Eivissa. Ibiza is one of the smaller Balearic Islands, but is often referred to as the ‘party capital of Europe’, as it is famous for its exceptional nightlife and other sources of entertainment. The airport of Ibiza, and the island, are busiest during the summer, as this it the time when local and international tourists flock to Ibiza for some sun and water-related adventures. There are many fabulous seaside resorts to be enjoyed at Ibiza, and the attractions on the island are endless.

The destination handles around 8 million passengers per year, and is the main gateway for the islands of Ibiza and Formentera, a smaller island just off Ibiza. Although many airline companies only offer seasonal flights to the island, there are year-round flights from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Palma de Mallorca, the other major airports in Spain, and mostly on the mainland, as well as from a couple of other European destinations, such as Paris-Orly, Rome-Fiumicino, Toulouse, Milan-Orio al Serio and Milan-Malpensa. The main airline carriers offering flights to the airport include Vueling, for which Ibiza Airport is a hub, Iberia, Air Europa and Swiftair. There are also a number of low-cost airline companies present, of which Ryanair and Easyjet provide the majority of seasonal flights. Many visitors arrive from London, Manchester, Dublin, Geneva, Frankfurt and Munich in Germany and from various Italian destinations.

Passengers will arrive on the ground floor of the single terminal building of Ibiza Airport, and will easily be able to find their way to the car hire rental counters, bus stops or taxi ranks. All departures are handled from the upper levels of the airport, while check-in procedures and airline ticket sales offices are also found on the ground floor. The airport has a variety of facilities, which are all generally well marked and signposted. Those with some time to spare before leaving the airport can enjoy a couple of shops and restaurant facilities, or make use of the other services available, such as a post office, banks, ATM's and currency exchange options. There is also a conference center at the airport that is the perfect location for business meetings. The conference room can seat up to eighty people, and comes equipped with useful items to aide the event. In the room is a TV and overhead projector, and many personal computers are available as well. Internet connections are provided from various locations within the terminal, for business and private travelers.

There are no left luggage facilities at the airport, but there are lost and found services, to which customers will report any missing luggage items, or luggage that has been damaged during the flight. This office is found in the public area of the arrivals hall, and is open from 06:30 to 00:30 in winter, and twenty-four hours a day during the summer. Passengers who may have left anything on the aircraft should contact their airline company.

The baggage reclaim area has eight carousels, which are mainly used for flights from other European destinations. Belt number one is the only carousel used for flights from a non-European country. Luggage from these countries must also pass through the corresponding Customs inspection. Ibiza Airport is fully accessible for disabled passengers, with adapted lifts to the upper floor of the airport building, reserved parking spaces and special toilets in all the restroom areas. Disabled passengers may also request further assistance from their airline company, in advance of their departure flight. Airport and airline staff will then be ready to meet the requirements of the customers upon his/her arrival. Help will be offered with the collection of baggage, and up until the person in need is ready to leave the airport. Various facilities for hard of hearing passengers and persons with sight impairment are available as well, such as Braille writing on the lifts.

In the arrivals area, passengers will find the car hire companies ready to provide you with the perfect vehicle for your holiday or business trip. The companies available include Avis, Hertz, Alamo, National, Budget and Easycar, which are all internationally recognized car rental companies, and a few local companies, such as Auriga Crown Car Hire, Goldcar, Marbesol and Record Rent a Car. All these car rental companies offer top-quality vehicles, and very competitive rental rates. A hired car is one of the best ways to explore the island of Ibiza.

Alternative forms of transport from the airport include by bus, taxi or private transfer. The Line 10 buses are available every half an hour from just outside the arrivals area, and travel to the main bus station in Ibiza Town, from where connections can be made to all other areas of the island. Taxis will be found in the taxi rank, also just outside the building, or can be reserved before your departure flight. A private transfer is another option, and is ideal for larger groups of travelers. A number of companies offer this service, and often prove to be even more cost efficient than a taxi. Otherwise, your hotel may offer a shuttle service to and from the airport. There are no railway services on the island of Ibiza, besides the popular little road ‘trains’, but they don’t offer transport, only touristic journeys of the island.

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