Car Rental Jerez Airport
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Facts about car hire from Jerez Airport
Jerez Airport may be small, but it does not lack for choices for in-terminal car hire. Alamo, Avis, Enterprise, Budget, Europcar Hertz, Firefly, Thrifty, Sixt, Goldcar and Flizzr all have desks in the BagClaim area that also faces out into the Arrivals Hall. That means you can begin the process of checking in for your car rental while waiting for your bags to hit the carousel.
Collecting your hire car
Once you have your bags and your keys, it is on to the Car Park. Parking is across the road from the Main Terminal. All hire cars are to the right, and you should have no trouble finding them. If you do get turned around, Europcar has a kiosk in plain site and someone there should be able to point you in the right direction.
If you did not make your car hire reservation with one of the in-airport hire car suppliers, you will need to find a shuttle. Your booking voucher should provide details.
Returning your hire car
When your tour of Andalusia is over and it is time to return you hire car to Jerez Airport, approach the terminal from the A4 near Junction 628. If you are coming from the City of Jerez, take the Ring Road. Either way, the signs are clear.
As you approach the Terminal, keep following the signs for Aeropuerto. As you pass the terminal building, you will see the Rent-a-Car parking signs to your left.
Jerez Airport is not big, and the roads surrounding are not complicated, so you should easily see where you need to go. Once you have found the correct car hire supplier, park the car, lock the doors and make your way to the Terminal to return your keys. You may want to take some photos of the vehicle before leaving it if there is no one on-site to sign the car over to.
Jerez Airport info
Jerez Airport (XRY, LEJR), also known as La Parra is a smaller International airport located about 9 km from Jerez de la Frontera. It is 45.2 km from Cadiz, the other main Spanish destination it serves. It also provides the main air connection to El Puerto de Santa Maria. Jerez Airport is considered the Gateway to Andalusia. In 2017 it served 1,046,251 passengers.
While it does not play host to any of the local or regional airlines, it is the location of FTE Jerez, one of Europe’s largest flight training academies.
Jerez is not a major international airport – 48 per cent of its arrivals are on domestic flights. 39 per cent of its total arrivals are from Germany. 7 per cent are from the UK.
Jerez Airport is served by around 15 airlines. It main year-round international carriers are Condor, Lufthansa, Eurowings, and Ryanair. Most other airlines only offer seasonal charters.
The main year-round domestic routes to Jerez Airport are from Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, and Palma de Mallorca, although a Tenerife-North route is planned for late 2020.
Jerez Airport began its life as a military airport and has undergone incremental upgrades as its traffic has increased.
Jerez is a small, efficient international airport, and it is straightforward to find your way around. Both Departures and Arrivals are on the same level.
Despite its smaller size, Jerez has all of the amenities you would expect. It has several bars, restaurants and food services both in the public and passenger-only areas.
A café in the non-passenger part of the terminal serves sandwiches snacks, and cakes.
An Andalusian restaurant/bar selling beer and pinxtos is located in the boarding areas.
Shops airside also sell newspapers, and magazines. There is also a shop in the non-passenger zone with tobacco products, local souvenirs, and perfumes.
Jerez airport has free wifi and offers all necessary services, from banking to handicapped access.