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Granada-Jaén airport begins to serve flights "on demand".

This Wednesday, April 7, the Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén airport has planned to start working on demand, i.e., through requests from airlines made three hours in advance.

The activity of these specific flights will be carried out under the same conditions as in the past, according to the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda.

In this case, Aena is adjusting the capacity of its airports to the needs required to operate in order to adapt to the measures imposed by the Government.

The objective is to maintain the activity of flights destined to supply the population and essential activities such as the transport of medical products and other essential flights such as repatriations, etc.

The reorganization of spaces is being carried out progressively in agreement with the State Aviation Safety Agency and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

The aim of this task is to achieve optimal management and to ensure that all operations can be performed in the same way as demand increases, as well as to reduce the risk of contagion within your operational staff.

Aena personnel, suppliers and subcontracted companies that have an influence on the airport's operations will carry out the necessary tasks on a daily basis to ensure that the spaces are in optimal conditions for the moment of opening when necessary.

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