Parking General P1 AENA Fuerteventura Airport

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Parking General P1 AENA Fuerteventura Airport

An Official car park, situated a few metres away from the terminal with roofed spaces. A secure car park, open 24h..


On entering the car park:

Take a ticket as you enter the car park. IMPORTANT: Please wait in front of the barrier until the Automatic Number Plate Recognition recognises your vehicle and a ticket will be issued automatically. YOU MUST NOT PRESS THE BUTTON. If you press the button, the ATM will charge you the normal price and not the reservation price. Proceed into the car park and park your car in any available parking space.

On your return:

When you return to the car park, please go to the ATM to make the payment. If you have any problems, please use the Customer Service integrated in the ATM. Amount calculated based on the stay booked. If the actual stay of the vehicle is different, this amount may vary.

The 5 digit alphanumeric code in the top right corner of your voucher may be required by AENA staff in order to manage the arrivals and departures to and from the car park.


You will receive a booking voucher containing the car park's address and telephone number, along with any relevant instructions and directions, upon confirming your reservation. To view the location of the car park, please see the map on the website.


  • Barrier EntryBarrier Entry
  • UndercoverUndercover
  • 24 Hour24 Hour
  • Insured Car ParkInsured Car Park
  • Disabled ParkingDisabled Parking
  • TarmacedTarmaced
  • Keep your Car KeysKeep your Car Keys


2 min walk

Customer Reviews

10 December 2019

mi auto no fue reconocido al ingresar al estacionamiento. cuando volví a pagar, obviamente, la máquina de pago quería cobrarme el monto total. la persona que opera la oficina podría haber sido más amable. experiencia muy decepcionante ya que los registros de automóviles se hacen automáticamente al entrar

3 / 5
18 November 2019

5 / 5
13 August 2019

4 / 5
21 June 2019

5 / 5
12 June 2019

3 / 5
03 June 2019

5 / 5
02 June 2019

1 / 5
27 April 2019

Transfer service and car park staff questions not applicable but had to show a rating

5 / 5
Peter Misu
09 April 2019

5 / 5
14 November 2018

5 / 5
10 July 2018

I arrived at Fuerteventura airport and waited for the barrier to recognise my registration. this did not happen so therefore I had to press for a ticket to enter. this meant that on return I was going to be charged full rate instead of the lower rate I purchased via the website . I had to explain this to the person in the parking office on my return who ensured I was only charged the website amount. happy with the website booking procedure but it could have been easier if the barrier would have recognised me when entering and didn't have to explain the situation on my return

4 / 5
03 March 2018

Booked long term parking (5 working days) the evening before leaving a car in the car park. In the instructions it was said, that "wait until the scanner scans the car plate and the ticket will be issued automatically, otherwise if you press the button normal fees would apply". I arrived 5 minutes later the time I booked. Waited - but nothing automatically happened. Moved with a car a bit forward and back without any results. Then press a button, got ticket. On coming back, took the ticket and the receipt from the web to the parking office - explained the case, and I was charged the price as I suppose to be charged. So eventually everything went just fine

5 / 5

20 May 2017

4 / 5

14 May 2017

4 / 5
20 November 2016

On arrival at car park barriers with vehicle showing on screen nothing happened, we attempted to contact the pay desk to no avail, we had to take a parking ticket as we now had three other cars behind us. So for our weeks holiday we didn't know what the outcome would be. On our return we produced both your voucher and the normal parking ticket, we were given the voucher price so all ended well.

4 / 5
30 July 2016

4 / 5
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