Aena, the management company at Corvera Airport have announced that bottled water will be available at shops for only €1. There are also plans to limit the price of water from drinking fountains across the airport. This new announcement comes as part of the company’s plans to ensure that drinking water is available for passengers at acceptable prices. Drinking water from fountains is expected to be available for free.
The new prices for drinking water also come as a response to questions from MPs and the government. Following anti-terrorism laws that were previously introduced, water was prohibited through security areas. This meant that passengers had to buy water, as well as other food and drinks, from the shops at the airport. As a result of this, bottled water has commonly been priced much higher than the new deal of €1. The new contracts from Aena specify this restriction for stores of less than 500 square metres.
This new, reduced price of bottled water will be available at Corvera Airport, as well as a number of other airports across the country. This includes Gran Canaria, Tenerife-Norte, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Málaga Costa del Sol, Barcelona-El Prat and Ibiza. The same price will be available at water dispensing machines in airports at Sevilla, Jerez, Girona-Costa Brava, Palma Mallorca, Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Málaga Costa del Sol, Menorca, Barcelona-El Prat, Alicanta-Elche, San Sebastián, Bilbao, Zaragoza and Burgos. The fixed price of €1 is already in place at a number of airports to the delight of many passengers.
For more information on the food and drink available at Corvera Airport, take a look at our dedicated shops page. We also have information on everything else that you will find at the airport, including bars, coffee shops, restaurants and more.