Aeropuerto de Jerez
|Location||Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), Andalusia, Spain|
|Elevation AMSL||28 m / 93 ft|
Jerez Airport is a modern airport with the principal arrivals and departures areas on the ground floor. FTE Jerez, a leading pilot training academy in Europe, is colocated at the site. Ryanair introduced regular flights between Jerez Airport and London which helped to increase passenger numbers at the airport to 1.1 million in 2004. Most visitors at the airport arrive from Germany (39%) and the UK (7%), however around 48% of all arriving passengers at Jerez Airport are on domestic flights. A flight school is located at the airport, FTE Jerez, based at the airport's old military barracks. 
Airlines and destinationsEdit
|Brussels Airlines||Seasonal: Brussels|
|Condor|| Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg |
Seasonal: Hannover, Munich, Stuttgart
|easyJet||Seasonal: Berlin–Tegel, London–Gatwick, Manchester (begins 3 August 2019)|
|Edelweiss Air||Seasonal: Zürich|
|Helvetic Airways||Seasonal: Bern|
|Icelandair||Seasonal charter: Reykjavík–Keflavík|
|TUI Airways||Seasonal: London–Gatwick|
|TUI fly Belgium||Brussels|
|TUI fly Deutschland||Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich, Stuttgart|
|Vueling||Barcelona, Bilbao, Palma de Mallorca|
There are regular buses to and from the airport to Jerez, El Puerto de Santa Maria and Cádiz. Taxis and car rental companies are available, too. Jerez Airport train station is situated to the west of the airport, this is the other side of the car parking. Both medium distance and local trains operate a regular timetable.
- EAD Basic 
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