Ibiza Airport Flight Departures (IBZ)

Not all flights may be showing. If not available use search above to find your flight by airline, airport or flight number.
Destination Airline Flight no. Scheduled Est./Actual Status
Bilbao (BIO) Vueling VY3975 (1) 09:30 Scheduled
Bilbao (BIO) Iberia IB5502 09:30 Scheduled
Toulouse (TLS) Ryanair FR8125 09:35 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Iberia Express IB3811 (1) 09:40 Scheduled
Madrid (MAD) Vueling VY5113 09:40 Scheduled
London (STN) Ryanair FR9254 10:05 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) Ryanair FR7567 10:10 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Ryanair FR8147 10:15 Scheduled
Valencia (VLC) Iberia Regional IB8433 10:20 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Vueling VY3519 (2) 10:30 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Iberia IB5388 10:30 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Qatar Airways QR3694 10:30 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) Vueling VY1353 (1) 10:35 Scheduled
Alicante (ALC) Iberia IB5030 10:35 Scheduled
Palma de Mallorca (PMI) Iberia Regional IB8539 11:00 Scheduled
Seville (SVQ) Vueling VY2425 (1) 11:05 Scheduled
Seville (SVQ) Iberia IB5200 11:05 Scheduled
Malaga (AGP) Ryanair FR9470 11:10 Scheduled
London (LGW) easyJet U28102 11:30 Scheduled
Barcelona (BCN) Ryanair FR3175 11:45 Scheduled
Valencia (VLC) Ryanair FR1699 11:50 Scheduled
London (LTN) easyJet U22308 11:55 Scheduled

Planning a Holiday or Business Trip...

Pre-book Rental Car at Ibiza Airport for huge savings.

Flight Departures at Ibiza Airport

Ibiza Airport is located approximately 7 km, or 3.4 miles from the Town of Ibiza, or otherwise known as Eivissa. The airport serves the islands of Ibiza and Formentera, which are two of the famous Balearic Islands of Spain. Located just off mainland Spain, Ibiza is the ideal location for summer holidays, featuring beautiful beaches and a number of historical attractions. It is also known as the ‘party capital of Europe’ for its large nightclubs and wide selection of entertainment venues. Passengers departing from Ibiza will find all the facilities they require, and that there is a variety of airline companies which serve the airport.

The airport is easy to access from the PM-801 motorway, which leads directly to the terminal from Ibiza Town. This road is also commonly referred to as the Ibiza-Airport motorway, or the E-20. Motorists from the San José area, which is very nearby the airport, will make use of the PM-803 motorway, or the Ibiza-San José road, in order to access the PM-801 to the airport. Approximately twenty minutes is needed for the journey to the airport, and upon arriving, a parking area of about 500 spaces is available.

Passengers for departure can also travel by bus or taxi, as the Line 10 buses are available approximately every half an hour from the bus station in Ibiza Town, and a number of taxi operators provide transport on the island. Taxis are usually called to collect their passengers from their whereabouts, or are found in more public or tourist areas of the towns and villages. Buses are generally much more cost effective than a taxi, but which service a passenger uses will depend on their individual preferences. Both a taxi and bus can provide comfortable and convenient transport to Ibiza Airport. There are no railway services on the island; therefore the buses have routes to just about every place in Ibiza.

The airport is mainly a seasonal establishment, handling the majority of its 8 million annual passengers during the summer months of Spain. This is the time when thousands of tourists flock to the island to enjoy the sunshine and sandy beaches. Many of the airline companies therefore only offer seasonal flights from Ibiza Airport, but there are also year-round flights to other airports in Spain and to a few locations in other parts of Europe. The most popular flights are to Barcelona, Madrid, Palma de Mallorca and Valencia.

The airport is a hub for Vueling, an airline company offering year-round flights to Paris-Orly, Rome-Fiumicino, Toulouse, Bilbao, Barcelona and Madrid, while a number of low-cost airline carriers are also present. These airline companies include Easyjet, Air Berlin, Germanwings and Ryanair, one of the most popular carriers in the world. Some of their destinations include the London airports of Stansted, Gatwick and Luton, Manchester, Birmingham, Dublin, Pisa, Glasgow-Prestwick, Hahn, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Belfast-International and Frankfurt. However, the main airline companies offering departure flights from Ibiza are Iberia, Swiftair and AlbaStar.

The airport consists of a single terminal building, which is divided into two floors for airport operations. All domestic and international arrivals and departures are handled from this building. Passengers will find the check-in desks of the airport on the ground floor, along with the offices for the sale of airline tickets, and the arrivals area, while on the upper level, all boarding and departure proceedings take place. Although a small airport, it can become very busy during the summer, therefore always allow plenty of time during these months for checking-in and for passing the security control checks. Passengers should ensure that their hand luggage meets the usual security requirements of airports in the European Union, as to not hold up the security check-point queues. Passengers can also assist by wearing or carrying as few metal objects as possible, and by wearing shoes and/or coats that can be easily removed, as this may be required.

Similar to all European Airports, passengers should not carry any forbidden objects deemed as potentially harmful to other customers in their hand luggage, and the new regulations surrounding the carrying of liquids in hand luggage will apply. Liquids must be placed in quantities of no more than 100 ml containers, and the total volume should not exceed a liter. The items are then placed in a transparent and re-sealable plastic bag, and handed separately to security for inspection. The bags are available from the News and Books shop located in the departures area; just before the security check points. The liquid regulations do not apply to items purchased in shops located on the airside of the airport, or for liquids carried in hold luggage. Baby food and milk, and special dietary foods required for the duration of the flight may also be carried in any quantity.

All Ibiza Airport departures passengers will find banking and currency exchange services, ATM's, a number of interesting shops and restaurants, a post office, pharmacy and medical facilities and a conference room able to seat up to eighty delegates. The conference room is well equipped with the latest technology, including a TV, overhead projector and a number of personal computers. There are no left luggage facilities at the airport. Disabled passengers on departure flights will also find the airport meets their needs with adapted toilet facilities, special lifts and reserved parking spaces. With all these facilities and more, a departure flight from the airport should be very convenient.

Was your flight delayed or cancelled?

You may be eligible to receive up to 600 EUR compensation per person in your party..

Claim Now!

Things to see and do in and around the Spanish Island of Ibiza