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    Corvera Murcia is Officially Declared Open

    Today was a historic day for the region of Murcia as King Felipe VI officially declared Corvera airport open for business. The first inbound flight to land at Corvera, piloted by 2 men from the region of Murcia, was from East Midlands airport at 10.25am this morning. Not long afterwards, the King of Spain Felipe… Read more about Corvera Murcia is Officially Declared Open The post Corvera Murcia is Officially Declared Open appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    Today was a historic day for the region of Murcia as King Felipe VI officially declared Corvera airport open for business.

    Inside the new terminal building

    The first inbound flight to land at Corvera, piloted by 2 men from the region of Murcia, was from East Midlands airport at 10.25am this morning. Not long afterwards, the King of Spain Felipe VI landed and officially declared the new airport open.

    Lots of people visited the airport today hoping to see King Felipe VI

    Many people went to the airport today with a view to looking around the new terminal building and to see the King after the opening ceremony. Also at the opening ceremony were Fernando Lopez Miras, the president of the regional government of Murcia, Diego Conesa, the central government delegate to the region and Jose Luis Abalos, Spain’s Minister for Development.

    Murcia Corvera Airport RMU Opening Day

    There was also a strong police presence at the airport as part of a large scale security operation which saw the King preside over the official inauguration ceremony.

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    Air safety certification confirmed

    With just four days to go until the opening date of the new Region of Murcia International Airport in Corvera, official confirmation of air safety certification has recently been received. The certification was granted by The Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA), the state air safety agency. This also officially allows the transfer of… Read more about Air safety certification confirmed The post Air safety certification confirmed appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    With just four days to go until the opening date of the new Region of Murcia International Airport in Corvera, official confirmation of air safety certification has recently been received. The certification was granted by The Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA), the state air safety agency. This also officially allows the transfer of operations from San Javier Airport to go ahead as planned during the 14th and 15th of this month.

    This official certification from AESA also recognises AENA as the management company of Corvera Airport. This also allows permission for the airport to operate flights during both the daytime and nighttime. As well as flights, the certification allows for official use of the runways at the airport, however take-offs and landings are prohibited by conditions of low visibility.

    The certificate from AESA was originally requested back in May 2018, and although it has been awarded close to the opening date it is reported that these timings were anticipated by AENA. With this now awarded, the management company have very little left to do before the opening date next week.

    Following this good news for Corvera Airport, the official opening times for the airport terminal have also been confirmed. The terminal will be open on weekdays from 7:30 AM to 22:30 PM. On weekends, the terminal will be open slightly later in the morning at 8:30 AM, but will still remain open until the same time of 22:30 PM. The flight schedule for the first day of operations at Corvera Airport has also been confirmed. For more information, take a look here at our recent blog post.

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    Update for the Opening of Corvera Murcia Airport on 15 January

    Next Tuesday the King of Spain will inaugurate the new Corvera airport, which can accommodate 140 landings and take-offs throughout the day. Ryanair flight from the UK will make the first landing after 10 o’clock in the morning. Later, the plane with the king of Spain will land, as recently yesterday by the Minister of… Read more about Update for the Opening of Corvera Murcia Airport on 15 January The post Update for the Opening of Corvera Murcia Airport on 15 January appeared first...

    Next Tuesday the King of Spain will inaugurate the new Corvera airport, which can accommodate 140 landings and take-offs throughout the day. Ryanair flight from the UK will make the first landing after 10 o’clock in the morning. Later, the plane with the king of Spain will land, as recently yesterday by the Minister of Development, Patricio Valverde, in statements to Onda Regional.

    The forecasts of the Community suggest that the new airport may exceed this year 8,600 flights and reach 1.2 million passengers, which would equal the figures acheived by San Javier in recent years.

    Aena, the company that is operating Corvera airport, will make the transfer from San Javier during the night of January 14 to 15, since part of the equipment that will work in the new airport is still in use in San Javier.

    Also, the staff from San Javier will start working in Corvera on the 15th, with the exception of two employees who have requested a change of destination. “Corvera is ready to receive a flight every four minutes,” said Valverde.

    The transfer will force a frenetic activity during the night before the inauguration of Corvera, since it will also be necessary to change some 200 signs on the roads in the area to indicate the routes to follow to reach the new airport.

    Corvera has capacity for five million travelers. The Community expects to receive 1.2 million passengers this year, matching the figures that San Javier has reached in recent years, after having reached two million before the crisis.

    82% of traffic is concentrated between the months of April and October (the spring and summer season) and 81% of tourism comes from the United Kingdom.

    The new airport will open next Tuesday with flights to twelve destinations in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Belgium, although as of March new companies will be added and the number of routes will be increased to twenty.

    Norwegian Air has announced four destinations for the season that begins at the end of March, so it will be one of the most active companies in Corvera, along with Ryanair.

    Jet2.com will also operate again in the Region.

    From next spring Corvera will debut the connection with Oviedo announced by the company Volotea, founded by the Murcian Carlos Muñoz.

    The Minister of Development recalled yesterday that Aena also has talks to establish flights with Madrid and Barcelona, ​​which San Javier came to have.

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    Flight Schedule for the Opening day on 15th of January

    The following flights have been confirmed for the first day of operation of the new Corvera Murcia Airport on January 15th 2019. Arrivals East Midlands (Ryanair) – Arrives at 10:25 am Bristol (easyJet) – Arrives at 10:45 am London-Stansted (Ryanair) – Arrives at 14:05 pm Leeds Bradford (Ryanair) – Arrives at 16:40 pm Birmingham (Ryanair)… Read more about Flight Schedule for the Opening day on 15th of January The post Flight Schedule for the Opening day on 15th of...

    The following flights have been confirmed for the first day of operation of the new Corvera Murcia Airport on January 15th 2019.

    Arrivals

    East Midlands (Ryanair) – Arrives at 10:25 am

    Bristol (easyJet) – Arrives at 10:45 am

    London-Stansted (Ryanair) – Arrives at 14:05 pm

    Leeds Bradford (Ryanair) – Arrives at 16:40 pm

    Birmingham (Ryanair) – Arrives at 17.25 pm

    London-Southend (easyJet) – Arrives at 18:20 pm

    London-Luton (Ryanair) – Arrives at 20:00 pm

    Dublin (Ryanair) – Arrives at 20:45 pm

     

    Departures

    East Midlands (Ryanair) – Departs at 10.50 am

    Bristol (easyJet) – Departs at 11.20 am

    London-Stansted (Ryanair) – Departs at 14.30 pm

    Leeds Bradford (Ryanair) – Departs at 17.05 pm

    Birmingham (Ryanair) – Departs at 17.50 pm

    London-Southend (easyJet) – Departs at 18.55 pm

    London-Luton (Ryanair) – Departs at 20.25 pm

    Dublin (Ryanair) – Departs at Departs 21.20 pm

     

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    First flights confirmed ahead of the 15th of January

    With Corvera Airport opening in just under two weeks, the details of the first flights to land at the airport have been confirmed according to a recent report. On the 15th of January, the first passengers to arrive at Corvera Airport will be travelling from the East Midlands from a Ryanair plane. This will be… Read more about First flights confirmed ahead of the 15th of January The post First flights confirmed ahead of the 15th of January appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    With Corvera Airport opening in just under two weeks, the details of the first flights to land at the airport have been confirmed according to a recent report. On the 15th of January, the first passengers to arrive at Corvera Airport will be travelling from the East Midlands from a Ryanair plane. This will be one of 16 flights at the Region of Murcia International Airport (Corvera Airport) when it opens this month.

    There will also be an Easyjet flight landing from Bristol. Another Ryanair flight is due to land later in the day, transporting passengers from Stansted airport with additional services Leeds Bradford Airport and Birmingham. For more information on flight times on the 15th of January and in the future, keep an eye on our dedicated arrivals and departures pages. We will be publishing live flight details from Corvera Airport when details are available.

    There will undoubtedly be much focus on how the airport is perceived by the first passengers to land at Corvera Airport. The airport will also be officially opened by King Felipe VI, the King of Spain. For more information, take a look at our blog post here. Details of the opening ceremony and the proceedings have not yet been confirmed, but it has been reported that part of the terminal will be cordoned off in order to avoid disruption and to ensure that the ceremony and the first flights both run smoothly.

    Fernando López Miras, the president of the Region of Murcia, welcomed the King of Spain ahead of first flights and also discussed his hopes for Corvera Airport: “The presence of the King at the opening of the International Airport is the finishing touch to the work that has taken so many years”

    the International Airport of the Region of Murcia will be the gateway to more wealth, more employment and more opportunities for all of Murcia. In my opinion, it is a key instrument for the present and for the future of one and a half million Murcians. It will also be a fundamental stimulus for national and foreign tourism”

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    King of Spain Felipe VI To Open Corvera Airport

    The King of Spain, King Felipe VI will officially open the Corvera airport on 15th January 2019. Royal sources confirmed the attendance of the King at the opening of the Murcia International Airport via a communiqué sent to the president of the Region of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, on 26th December. On 27th December, Diego… Read more about King of Spain Felipe VI To Open Corvera Airport The post King of Spain Felipe VI To Open Corvera Airport appeared first on Corvera Airport...

    The King of Spain, King Felipe VI will officially open the Corvera airport on 15th January 2019.

    Royal sources confirmed the attendance of the King at the opening of the Murcia International Airport via a communiqué sent to the president of the Region of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, on 26th December.

    On 27th December, Diego Conesa who the general secretary of the PSOE party in the Region of Murcia and delegate of the government in the region, confirmed via his Twitter account that the King would be in attendance. Conesa tweeted a photo of the letter addressed to him from the King’s palace confirming his presence at the inauguration ceremony of the new airport.

    With under 3 weeks to go until the airport officially opens, the final touches are being made to the airport which has been a very long time in the making. From speculation and hopes of a new airport 10-15 years ago to finally reaching a very imminent opening date, Corvera is now a reality.

    When the airport opens there will be 12 initial destinations and as the airport gathers momentum it is broadly expected that new routes and airlines will want to have a base at Corvera in the coming months and years. The UK, Ireland and Belgium will kick start the connections and the opening of the airport will mark the move from operations at San Javier airport on the Mar Menor inland to Corvera.

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