It is the third busiest in the Canary Islands, after the airports of Gran Canaria and Tenerife Sur, and one of the most important in Spain due to its tourist interest. It is located 5 km (3 miles) west of Arrecife, the island’s capital, and operates with domestic and international flights to destinations within Europe. It has ATMs, a mailbox, public telephones and free Wi-Fi access. It has cafes, bars, restaurants and fast food outlets on both levels of the Terminal, as well as a café in the Departures area of Terminal 2. Inside Terminal 1 there are duty-free shops, handicrafts, souvenirs, jewelry, cosmetics, fashion and accessories, toys and newspapers. Ground transportation can be done through various bus services that depart from in front of both terminals and make trips on different days and times. Outside the arrival hall, there is the taxi rank, which apply extra charges for trips during the night, Sundays and holidays. The journey to the center of Arrecife takes approximately 10 minutes.