Car Hire Logrono Airport
Logroño-Agoncillo Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Logroño-Agoncillo) is a very small and sparsely equipped public airport that serves Logroño in the autonomous community of La Rioja, Spain. The airport is named after the Logroño community that it is based in and is built on land that belongs to the Municipality of Agoncillo, and is one of the oldest airports in the Kingdom of Spain. There is only 1 car rental desk in Logroño Airport, and it's run by the company Hertz. There are a limited number of cars available, and it is advisable to ring ahead and book weeks if not months in advance. The rental desk is situated in the terminal building near the security section.
In an average year the airport only handles 4,769 passengers and only 629 flight operations. The current terminal and runway was built in the year 1923, and was originally opened as a military airport when it was known as Aeródromo de Recajo because of the village that it was built in. In 1932 the Spanish Republican Army used the airport during the Spanish Civil War, and changed the airport name to the current name, Aeródromo de Agoncillo. In the 1950s the military ceased operations at the airport and changed its purpose to that of a public airport. The only airlines that use the airport are Iberia operated by Air Nostrum, and Spanair, and the only flights are to and from Madrid. Access to the airport is via the N-232 Logroño-Zaragoza road. It takes an estimated ten minutes to travel from Logroño to the airport. A link road has been built from the N-232 road to the airport. Buses and taxis are very infrequent, and there is only one Taxi Company available from the airport. The airport has a small cafeteria but that is all, there are no amenities, VIP or business lounges, or shops.