Would you like to travel by private jet to Zaragoza in Spain for a business meeting? AEROAFFAIRES offers an exclusive private jet booking service at the best price.
Zaragoza Airport attracts more than 500,000 passengers every year. It is the main airport of the province of Aragon. Zaragoza is located on the banks of the Ebro River halfway between Madrid and Barcelona, about 300 kilometres from each of them, and 340 kilometres from Valencia.
A helicopter transfer is also possible to or from Ibiza, Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia or Seville.
Our team advise you to book your flight in the private plane best suited to your needs.
Helicopter, taxi plane or group flight in a commercial aircraft configured for VIP, we select your business jet together.
Our SkyCO2 program also allows us to offset 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by our private flights by supporting the preservation of South American flora.
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Location & access
Airport Code: LEZG/ZAZ
Latitude: 41°39′58″ N
Longitude: 01°02′30″ O
Altitude: 263 meters
Zaragoza Airport is located 16 km west of the city whose name it bears. It is accessible in 15 minutes by car by the A-2 motorway and the N-125 from the A-68.
Zaragoza airport is open 7 days a week but is subject to flight restrictions. Private jets can only take off and land during the day.
Summer hours: 4:45 am to 9 pm
Winter hours: from 5:45 am to 10 pm.
Zaragoza airport has only one passenger terminal.
Adaptation and modernisation work on the airport is in progress for the Zaragoza International Exhibition in 2008.
Zaragoza Airport has a runway length of 3718 metres and can accommodate turboprop aircraft, light private jets, medium private jets, long-haul private jets as well as regional and commercial aircraft for group flights.
Zaragoza is the capital of the Aragon region, in the northeast of Spain. Overlooking the Ebro River in the city centre, the Baroque Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar is a famous pilgrimage site with a shrine to the Virgin Mary and several domes. The city’s Mudéjar-style monuments, combining Islamic and Gothic architecture, include the Aljaferia, a Moorish palace dating from the 11th century, and the Saint-Sauveur cathedral, whose construction began in the 12th century.