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About Fuerteventura Airport (FUE)

Fuerteventura Airport (IATA: FUE, ICAO: GCFV), also known as El Matorral Airport, serves Fuerteventura, one of Spain's Canary Islands renowned for its sandy beaches.

Fuerteventura Airport has a single terminal building divided into departures and arrivals. This Fuerteventura Airport guide provides details on the terminal facilities and access to and from the airport.


An information desk is in the departures area, while a tourist information desk is located in the arrivals area.


Driving directions:

Fuerteventura Airport is easily accessible from FV-2, a north-south highway that connects Puerto del Rosario to Morro Jable, a holiday destination on the south coast of Fuerteventura. The drive from Morro Jable to the airport takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Travellers coming from Corralejo, a popular resort town in the north of Fuerteventura, will take FV-1 south before merging onto FV-2. The drive from Corralejo to the airport takes about 35 minutes, depending on traffic.

Airport Info

Fuerteventura, Las Palmas
Carretera Matorral
Puerto del Rosario

Fuerteventura Airport is located about 5 km (3 miles) south of the island's capital, Puerto del Rosario.

No. of terminals:

+34 91 321 1000

Public Transport

Public transport road:

Bus: Tiadhe is the local bus service provider.
Line 3 services Puerto del Rosario and Las Salinas, going through the airport and Caleta del Fuste.
Line 10 runs from Puerto del Rosario to Morro Jable, via the airport and Costa Calma.
Line 16 connects Puerto del Rosario and Gran Tarajal, via the airport, Tiscamanita and Llano Florido.
• The bus stop is just outside the terminal building. Cash payment is made to the driver. For prices and schedules, visit Tiadhe or the relevant links stated in this paragraph. Travellers who plan to use buses while in Fuerteventura may consider buying a non-resident Bono card, which gives 5% off fares and requires a top-up when the credit runs out.

Taxi: Metered taxis are available outside Arrivals. The fares are calculated based on distance travelled, with different tariffs applicable depending on the time of day and whether it is a weekday or a weekend/public holiday. Additionally, there is an airport surcharge for trips starting or ending at the airport.

Terminal facilities


ATMs are available in the terminal building, in both arrivals and departures areas.


Fuerteventura Airport has a small selection of food and drinks outlets.


Fuerteventura Airport has a few shops selling various gift and fashion products.

Duty-free shops are in Departures.


Fuerteventura Airport does not have a luggage storage facility.

Passengers who have their items misplaced during the journey should contact the airline they flew with. Airlines operate counters in the luggage claim area within the terminal building.


A pharmacy is on the ground floor.

Airport facilities

Conference and business:

Fuerteventura International Airport has one lounge with basic business services.

Communication Facilities:

Free Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout Fuerteventura Airport.

A post office is located on the ground floor.

Disabled facilities:

Facilities for disabled passengers include lifts, ramps, handrails, accessible toilets, emergency intercoms, and dedicated parking spaces.

Travellers who require special arrangements should contact the airline at least 48 hours before travelling.

Car parking:

The main P1 car park is located opposite the terminal building.

Car rental:

Fuerteventura Airport has many car hire companies, including local and international brands. We encourage travellers to compare prices and book in advance.

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