The airport of Jerez has grown considerably in recent years. In 2000, it processed 700,000 passengers, and by now that number has doubled. The airport is located eight kilometres to the north-east of Jerez and it can only be reached by car and bus.
There are no hotels at the airport and there is a limited number of (snack) bars and shops. There is a modest meeting room you can hire for business purposes. There is no VIP lounge. The airport is reasonably accessible to disabled people, there is a First Aid station and there are baby rooms.
In the aviation industry Jerez de la Frontera Airport is indicated with the abbreviations XRY (IATA airport code) and LEJR (ICAO airport code).
Link to official website Jerez de la Frontera Airport.