Corvera-Murcia Airport has resumed flights after the gota fría (cold drop) storm. The airport was closed by Aena on Friday following 36 hours of torrential rain and storm conditions as many of the access roads were flooded or at risk of being under water. Staff were also unable to reach the airport.
Twelve flights between Corvera and Nottingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, London Stanstead and London Gatwick were cancelled or diverted due to the weather conditions. The airport remained closed on Friday evening and passengers were advised to contact their airlines for travel advice.
It was announced that Corvera-Murcia Airport had returned to normal operations yesterday, although caution is still advised while travelling. Fifty-seven roads affected by the storm remained closed on Saturday.
If you are travelling to and from Corvera-Murcia Airport, you can find up-to-date flight details on our website including live updates on arrivals and departures. You can also visit the official website for more news and updates from Aena.