Alicante’s T3 and Castellon Airport open

On almost the same day Alicante Airport’s Terminal 3 – effectively Terminal 1 as the first two terminals closed – and the new airport at Castellon, north of Valencia, opened; although the Castellon airport will not host flights for some time. Alicante is operated by AENA, the world’s largest airport operator and currently edging its way through the first stages of its privatisation exercise, while Castellon is funded partly from the private sector; still only one of a handful in the country. These coastal airports make an interesting contrast.

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