Region de Murcia International Airport (IATA code: RMU and OACI code: LEMI), also known popularly as Murcia-Corvera Airport or Murcia Airport, is located in the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia, between the towns of Corvera and Valladolises, located 25 kilometers south of Murcia city, and 25 kilometers north of Cartagena city.
The airport is owned by the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia. However, the management, operation, maintenance and conservation of the airport is carried out by the company Aena SME, S.A by means of a concession contract.
The airport was open on January 15, 2019, and was built in order to replace the Murcia-San Javier airport, an airport also located in the same region but smaller and that had practically reached the limit of its operational capacity.
The airport is open from 5:30 am to 20.30 pm in summer (it is closed at night) and from 6:30 am to 21.30 pm in winter.
The traffic of the airport is mainly international, being its main destinations the United Kingdom, with a very high percentage of passengers, and Norway. Due to this great influx of international traffic, the labeling of the airport is available in Spanish, German and English.
The airport has the capacity to manage 2,030 passengers per hour, with a maximum of 3.5 million passengers per year in 23,000 operations per year.
The airport has the IATA code: RMU and the ICAO code: LEMI.
The Murcia airport currently has a single runway heading 05/23, with 3000x45 meters long (98433x148 feet) at an elevation of 193 meters above sea level. The runway is equipped with ILS / DME CAT I precision instruments for poor visibility approaches and non-precision support instruments DVOR/DME.
The aircraft parking apron has an area of 74,000 m2 with various positions for type B738/A321, B753/B763, B738/A321, B747 and general and corporate aviation/business jet aircraft, as well as two positions for helicopters.
The air traffic control service is provided by Ferronats, a company in which Ferrovial and NATS (a British air navigation service provider) have an interest and which provides tower control services at nine other Spanish airports. This service covers the final descent phase and the initial take-off phase, as well as the movement of aircraft on the ground. The staff consists of 8 qualified controllers, one of whom is the tower manager. Both the tower and its annex building have communications and meteorological equipment.
The airport has a single passenger terminal building with two floors and a cargo terminal.
Murcia Airport (RMU)- Región de Murcia Airport (Corvera)
Information and contact
Name: Aeropuerto Internacional Región de Murcia - Región de Murcia International Airport
Address: Avenida de España nº 101 || 30154, Valladolises y Lo Jurado (Murcia).
Information and customer service (+34) 91 321 10 00
Aena, S.A. is a Spanish public company that manages 46 airports and 2 heliports in Spain; Barcelona airport is one of them. Originally known as Aena Aeropuertos S.A, it adopted by law the name of Aena SME, S.A following the provisions of Royal Decree Law 8 of 4 July 2014.
ENAIRE is the air navigation manager in Spain. Part of the former Aena Aeropuertos S.A., ENAIRE now executes exclusively responsibilities related to airport and air navigation activities, in addition to performing the national and international operational coordination of the Spanish air traffic control network.
Dirección de Operaciones, Seguridad y Servicios
División Servicios Aeroportuarios
C/ Peonías, 12
Contact for people with hearing and/or speech impairment:
Aena has an information and customer service line for passengers with hearing and/or speech impairment. This services allows users with these impairments to contact the Information and Customer Service Line from their computer, tablet or smartphone, and access the chat via the following link; without the need for other people to act as their intermediaries. The service is available from 07.00 am to 12.00 am, 365 days a year.
Complaints and claims: For clarifications, suggestions and complaints regarding airport facilities and services (cleaning, air conditioning, information service, assistance service for people with reduced mobility, security services, etc.) you can access Aena's telematic services portal.
If you wish to make a complaint about a restaurant service (cafeterias, restaurants, etc.), bear in mind that they have their own Official Book of Catering in which you can make your complaint or suggestion in the same place as the events.
Lost and found
In the lost and found office are stored those objects that have been found in the airport facilities, such as security controls, waiting rooms, boarding rooms, toilets, etc.
The lost property office of the passenger Terminal is located on level 0, check-in hall. To contact the office write an email to email@example.com .
Lost objects in the aircraft
Lost in the aircraft facilities objects need be claimed at the airline or their handling company.
- Handling companies:
- Azul Handling: (+34) 968 855 852.
- Menzies: (+34) 968 172 081.
- Ryanair: (00) +44 871 246 0011.
- Swissport Handling: (+34) 667 545 032.
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