Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández Airport is one of Spain’s most modern and well-maintained airports, with a major upgrade culminating in the opening of Terminal N in 2011.
The airport has an extensive and diverse range of amenities that are ideal for both leisure and business travellers.
Ongoing health and safety protocols, introduced as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic, may mean that some of the services and facilities detailed below (and in this “At the Airport” section) are temporarily closed or not fully available.
Bars & Restaurants
Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández Airport offers a huge variety of restaurants, cafés and bars to ensure there is always somewhere you can relax while waiting for your flight. These include coffee shops, fast-food counters, snack stands and Spanish tapas bars within the departures and arrivals areas of the airport.
More information on bars and restaurants
Both the departures and arrivals areas of the airport have an array of shopping facilities including duty-free stores as well as a pharmacy, bookshop, newsagent, and various fashion and specialist travel stores.
Throughout the airport you will find everything from sweets and clothes to electronic gadgets and alcohol.
More information on shops
Ideal for business travellers at Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández Airport is the Costa Blanca VIP Lounge, which provides complimentary Wi-Fi, newspapers and coffee facilities.
You can also hire meeting amenities if required during your time at the airport.
Everything that you would expect from a modern airport is available at Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández Airport. There are international car rental desks, foreign exchange counters, tourism agency representatives, cash machines and many other key services.
High-speed free Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport, and there is a children’s play area for families.
More information on passenger services
Outside the terminal building, there are designated disabled parking spaces to facilitate access into Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández Airport. There are also ramps, braille leaflets, emergency intercoms, low-level signalling, and sound and sight information – plus specially adapted toilets, lifts and telephone cubicles for disabled passengers.
More information on disabled facilities