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Spain is one of the three most popular tourist destinations in Europe. It is therefore not surprising that there are so many international airports connecting the country with all parts of Europe, but also with other parts of the world. Browse our short guide to Spain’s international airports to find out which one is the best option to reach a goal.

    Madrid Airport — IATA MAD code — (

50 million passengers)

Madrid-Barajas Airport, also known as Adolfo Suárez Airport, is the main international airport serving the territory of the Spanish capital. It is the largest airport in Europe in size and 6th in terms of passenger traffic. It is located just 13 km northeast of the historic center of Madrid. The airport is the main center and service base for Iberia and has five passenger terminals T1, T2, T3, T4 and T4S. It is named after the former president of Spain, who passed away in 2014. Being one of the largest airports in the world, it has excellent connections both with the city and with the rest of the region. From the Spanish capital you can visit many places, such as Seville or Bilbao.

    Barcelona Airport — IATA code BCN — (

44 million passengers)

Barcelona El Prat Airport is an international airport located 12 km south-west of the center of Barcelona Zitz, in the municipalities of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecán and São Boi. This is the main airport of Catalonia, the second largest in the country after the airport in Madrid and one of the busiest in the world. It is the main base for the main Spanish airlines and the center for Iberia, as well as Irish Ryanair and Norwegian Norwegian Air International. At the airport there are 3 take-off and landing zones and two passenger terminals T1 and T2. Barcelona is the most popular place in Spain, but you can explore other places in the region, such as Madrid.

    Palma de Mallorca Airport — IATA PMI code — (

26 million passengers)

Palma de Mallorca Airport is an international airport located just 8 km east of Palma, near the village of Can Pastilla. It is also known as San Sant Joan Airport and is the country’s third largest airport. The airport is the main base for the Spanish airline Air Europa, as well as for the airport Ryanair, EasyJet and Vueling. In summer, this airport is one of the busiest on the continent, as it is a very popular tourist destination. The airport has good connections to Palma and other resorts nearby, so you can use one of the two bus lines operating all day.

    Malaga Airport — Code IATA AGP — (

16.7 million passengers)

Malaga Airport is the fourth busiest airport in Spain after Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. It is an extremely important airport for Spanish tourism, as it serves Malaga and the entire Costa de Sol region. It is located 8 km south-west of the city center. With more than 60 connections worldwide, the airport serves about 14 million passengers every year, but sometimes even more. You can reach the city in 20 minutes using the Line A Express public bus or train.

    Alicante Airport — code IATA ALC — (

12.3 million passengers)

Alicante-Elche Airport, originally known as El Alte, is the fifth busiest airport in the country in terms of the number of passengers serving the Valencia community region and the Murcia region. It is located in Elche, 10 km east of the city and 9 km south-west of Alicante. The airport is a base for Air Nostrum, Evelop Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair and Vueling. Check out how to get to the city center from Alicante airport.

    Gran Canaria Airport — IATA LPA Code — (

12 million passengers)

Gran Canaria Airport, sometimes called Gando Airport, is the 6th busiest airport in the country in terms of passenger traffic. It is located 19 km south of the city center of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and 25 km from the popular tourist resorts and areas in the south. This is the operational base for Binter Canarias, NAYSA, Canaryfly, Ryanair, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Vueling Airlines.

    Tenerife Airport — IATA TFS code — (

10.4 million passengers)

Tenerife Sur Airport, formerly known as South-Reina Sofia, is the larger airport of the two international airports serving the island of Tenerife and the second busiest airport in the Canary Islands.

    Ibiza Airport — IATA IBZ code — (

7.4 million passengers)

Ibiza Airport is an international airport serving the Balearic Islands of Ibiza and Formentera. It is located 7 km southwest of the city of Ibiza. Since the island is an extremely popular holiday destination, it offers many seasonal routes and in-house services throughout Europe. It also serves as a hub for Vueling.

    Lanzarote Airport — IATA ACE code — (

6.7 million passengers)

Lanzarote Airport is also known as Arrecife Airport, and it serves the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. The airport is located in San Bartolome, Las Palmas, 5 km south-west of the city of Arrecife. It provides communication with many European metropolitan and entertainment centers.

    Valencia Airport — IATA code VLC — (

5.8 Mio. passengers)

Valencia Airport is located in Manises, thanks to which it is also known as Manises Airport. This is the tenth airport loaded in the country in terms of passenger traffic, and the second in the region after the airport in Alicante. Just 8 km west of the city of Valencia. The airport offers flights to approximately 20 European destinations.

Fuerteventura Airport — IATA FUE code — (

5.7 million passengers)

  • Also called: El Matorar Airport
  • Nearby cities: Fuerteventura, Gran Taragal, Antigua
  • To the city of Puerto del Rosario from the airport: public bus — 15 minutes

Seville Airport — IATA SVQ code — (

4.6 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Dos Hermanas, Marchena, La Palma del Condado
  • To the city of Seville from the airport: public bus — 30 minutes

Bilbao Airport — IATA BIO code — (

4.6 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Barakaldo, Portugalete, Basauri
  • To Bilbao from the airport: public bus — 20 minutes

Tenerife Airport — code IATA TFN — (

4.2 million passengers)

  • Also called: Los Rodeos Airport
  • Nearby cities: Salto del Pino, Tacoronte, Guamas
  • To the city of Santa Cruz from the airport: public bus — 30 minutes

Menorca Airport — code IATA MAH — (

3.2 million passengers)

  • Also called: Mahon Airport
  • Nearby cities: Es Castell, Es Murtar, San Clement
  • To the city of Mahon from the airport: public bus — 20 minutes

Santiago de Compostela Airport — IATA SCQ code — (

2.5 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Roxos, A Estrada, Silleda
  • To Santiago de Compostela from the airport: bus — 25 min.

Girona Airport — code IATA GRO — (

1.7 million passengers)

  • Also called: Girona-Costa Brava Airport
  • Nearby cities: Banyoles, Llagostera, Pals
  • To the city of Girona from the airport: public bus — 30 minutes

Oviedo Airport — code IATA OVD — (

1.3 million passengers)

  • Also called: Asturias Airport
  • Nearby cities: La Manjoya, San Claudio, Las Caldas
  • To the city of Oviedo from the airport: bus — 60 min.

La Palma Airport — code IATA SPC — (

1.1 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Tikharafe, Tinizara, Puntagorda
  • To Santa Cruz de la Palma from the airport: public bus — 20 min.

Murcia Airport — IATA code MJV — (

1.1 million passengers)

  • Also called: Murcia-San Javier Airport
  • Nearby cities: Alcantarilla, Molina de Segura, Orihuela
  • To the city of Murcia from the airport: public bus — 35 minutes

Airport Coruna — code IATA LCG — (

1.1 million passengers)

  • Also called: Alvedro Airport
  • Nearby cities: Oz, Visma
  • To the city of Coruna from the airport: public bus — 15 minutes

Vigo Airport — IATA VGO Code — (

1 million passengers)

  • Also called: Vigo-Peinador Airport
  • Nearby cities: Redondela, Peynador, Pontereis
  • To the city of Vigo from the airport: public bus — 20 minutes

Almeria Airport — code IATA LEI — (

0.9 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Granada, Murcia, Lorca
  • To the city of Almeria from the airport: public bus — 35 minutes

Jerez Airport de la Frontera — code IATA XRY — (

0.9 million passengers)

  • Also called: La Parra Airport
  • Nearby cities: Solete Alto, Lomopardo, Cuartillos
  • In Jerez de la Frontera from the airport: public bus — 20 min, train — 10 min.

Reus Airport — IATA REU Code — (

0.8 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Vila Seca, Tarragona, Cambrils
  • To the city of Reus from the airport: public bus — 20 minutes

Santander Airport — IATA SDR code — (

0.8 million passengers)

  • Also called: Seve Ballesteros Airport
  • Nearby cities: Monte, Cueto, Muriedas
  • To the city of Sandder from the airport: bus — 15 min

Granada Airport — code IATA GRX — (

0.8 million passengers)

  • Also called: Federico Garcia Lorca Granada-Jaen Airport
  • Nearby cities: Santa Fe, Armilla, Albolote
  • To the city of Granada from the airport: public bus — 25 minutes, bus — 20 minutes.

Airport Zaragoza — IATA code ZAZ — (

0.4 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: La Muela, Zuera, Fuentes de Ebro
  • To the city of Zaragoza from the airport: public bus — 30 minutes

Melilla Airport — code IATA MLN — (

0.3 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Farhana, Beni Ansar, Nador
  • To the city of Melilla from the airport: public bus — 10 minutes

San Sebastian Airport — IATA EAS code — (

0.3 million passengers)

  • Also called: /
  • Nearby cities: Irun, Gornutz, Hendaye
  • To the city of San Sebastian from the airport: shuttle bus — 30 min.

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