Lonely Planet Writer

Spanish ‘ghost’ airport to start receiving flights

The coast of Castellon, Spain.
The coast of Castellon, Spain. Image by Antonio Rubio / CC BY 2.0

A ‘ghost’ airport on the Mediterranean coast of Spain has been authorised to start receiving flights, more than 3 years after it first opened. The airport was built to service a resort that was never built and became a symbol of corruption in Spain’s construction business. Situated just 50 km from Valencia airport, Castellon airport expects to receive 35,000 visitors in 2015. Read more: news.com.au