Thanks to plane connections, big Spanish cities are very well-connected. Main Spanish airports include Barajas Airport in Madrid and El Prat Airport in Barcelona. They offer the biggest number of flights per day. Extended airline network of Spain connects islands with the territory of the peninsula every day. The most important airports in the Canary Islands include Gran Canaria, Tenerife Sur and Tenerife Norte connected with the main cities of the peninsula with flights lasting less than 3 hours. The airport servicing the biggest number of flights in the Balearic Islands is Palma de Mallorca.
Moreover, it is worth remembering that most airports are located within a distance of less than 20 km from the centers of main cities where you can easily get by train, taxi, bus or underground.
Alicante El Altet Airport (ALC) is an airport in the country of Spain which is located in the continent/region of Europe. Cities, towns and places near Alicante El Altet Airport include Alacant, Santa Polaand Sant Vicent del Raspeig. The closest major cities include Elx and Murcia.
Airport Alicante-Elche is located 9 kilometers southwest of the capital, in the municipality of Elche, in one of the most dynamic areas and greater business and economic projection of the Mediterranean coast.The vital importance of tourism is reflected in the percentage of passengers on international flights, eighty percent of the total. The UK, Germany and the Netherlands are the countries that bring more passengers. Likewise, the domestic scheduled traffic has been increasing in recent years. Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca are the three most popular destinations. To adapt their facilities to traffic growth in March 2011 was put into operation the new terminal area of the airport.
Alicante Airport (airport code ALC) is currently the sixth largest airport in Spain and is the gateway to the Costa Blanca resort region. Growing in size continuously over the past years, in March 2011 the airport got a brand new terminal building, replacing the old two terminals. Alicante airport ranks sixth in the Spanish airport network due to affluent passengers, behind Madrid, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga and Gran Canaria, ranking among the 50 busiest airports in Europe. Alicante and the Costa Blanca are recognized worldwide for the quality of life that can be enjoyed on their land. The Costa Blanca is full of sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, ideal for enjoying the Mediterranean. Come to Alicante and also enjoys good weather, good food and a range of activities to do during your vacation.
In 2013, the Alicante-Elche airport recorded a traffic of 9,638,860 passengers, 2,589 operations and 68,303 tons of cargo.
· Address: 03195 El Altet – Alicante
· Phone: (+34) 91 321 10 00, 902 404 704
· Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Barajas Airport (MAD) is an airport in the state/region of Madrid in the country ofSpain which is located in the continent/region of Europe. Cities, towns and places near Barajas Airport include Coslada, Paracuellos and San Fernando de Henares. The closest major cities include Madrid, Alcala de Henares and Mostoles.
Madrid-Barajas Airport (code IATA: MAD, code OACI: LEMD) is located on the northeast of Madrid, Barajas district, only 12 kilometers from Madrid city centre. It is the first airport in Spain, regarding passenger traffic, transport of goods and operations, as well as the fourth in Europe concerning the number of passengers and number twelve worldwide. The airport provides four terminals and two main areas of hangars, on one side the Old Industrial Area, between terminals T3 and T4 and the Industrial Area La Muñoza on the other side. Madrid-Barajas counts on four two to two, parallel landing strips: 18L/36R – 18R/36L and 14L/32R – 14R/32L. Another one, the first one to be built, is now used as parking lot .
Adolfo Suárez Airport Madrid-Barajas
Address: Avda Hispanic Heritage s / n. 28042 Madrid Telephone: 902 404 704 / (+34) 91 321 10 00. e-mail: email@example.com
AENA (INFORMATION AND CUSTOMER)
Telephone: 902 404 704 / (+34) 91 321 10 00.
aena website: www.aena.es
The airport has the code IATA : MAD and ICAO : LEMD . Madrid Barajas Airport runways 18L/36R – 18R/36L and 14L/32R
It has four terminals and two main hangar areas, firstly, the Old Industrial Area , between T3 and T4, and secondly the Industrial Area The Muñoza. It is the first Spanish airport by passenger traffic and air cargo operations and the fourth in Europe in number of passengers and twelfth in the world.
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas has four parallel tracks physical pairs: the 18L/36R – 18R/36L and 14L/32R – 14R/32L, whose nomination has been amended in 2012 to conform to the changes caused by the movement magnetic phase to the geographical north.
El Prat De Llobregat Airport (BCN) is an airport in the city/town of Barcelona in the state/region of Katalonien, Spain which is located in the continent/region of Europe. Cities, towns and places near El Prat De Llobregat Airport include El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans and Cornella. The closest major cities include L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona and Sabadell
Barcelona El Prat Airport (IATA: BCN ICAO: LEBL) is the unique airport of Barcelona, situated 14kms far from the City.
Barcelona airport is the main airport of Catalonia with 35Million passengers in 2012. The other important airport in Catalonia is Girona Airport. One of the advantages of Barcelona airport is that it is really close by the Barcelona city center, at just 14 km. It is specifically located at El Prat del Llobregat, the town that gives the name ‘Aeroport del Prat’. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, a reference city in terms of tourism and a business atraction point, with several congress and meeting points during all year.
Address: Barcelona Airport, 08820 Prat de Llobregat. Barcelona
Telephone: (+34) 91 321 10 00
AENA Call Center – Fax:+34 934 793 912
Girona-Costa Brava Airport (GRO) is an airport in the country of Spain which is located in the continent/region of Europe. Cities, towns and places near Girona-Costa Brava Airport include Vilobi d’Onyar,Riudellots de la Selva and Aiguaviva. The closest major cities include Girona, Castello d’Empuries and Pyrenees-Orientales.
Girona-Costa Brava airport IATA (GRO) ICAO (LEGE) it is the second most important at Barcelona area.Located at the town Vilobí d’Onyar and just 7.8 miles away for the city center of Girona. Barcelona city is 57 miles away so it is not a long way, that is why is considered an alternative airport of Barcelona El Prat. Also because of the good connection with the Pyreneans and the South of France it is a very good option to flight to for those destinations
The most important company operating, that brought to the airport a high number of visitors from the 2000s, it is Ryanair. Inaugurated at 1965 the airport use to have a low passenger number every year, just an average of 275,000 had been registered every year until the entrance of the Irish Ryanair. From 2002 to 2008 the number of passengers increased ten times more with almost 6 milions.
There are multiple destinations from the airport either to Spain and European countries such as the UK, Italy, The Netherlands, Denmark, Slovakia, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, Ukraine, Sweden, Turkey, Cyprus, Malta, Morocco, France, Poland, Estonia and Lithuania.
Airport facilities are adapted as any other regular airport and especially recent years many improvements have been achieving such as a new parking building, the arrival hall and other customer services areas
Son Sant Joan Airport (PMI) is an airport in the country of Spain which is located in the continent/region of Europe. Cities, towns and places near Son Sant Joan Airport include Palma, Marratxi andSanta Maria del Cami. The closest major cities include Barcelona and Badalona.
Son Sant Joan Airport or Aeropuerto de Son Sant Joan (IATA: PMI, ICAO: LEPA) is an airport located approximately 8 km east of Palma de Mallorca, next to the village C’an Pastilla. Also known as Palma de Mallorca Airport or Aeropuerto de Palma de Mallorca, it is the third largest airport in Spain, after Madrid Barajas International Airport and Barcelona International Airport. During the summer months it is one of the busiest airports in Europe.
Son Sant Joan Airport occupies an area of 6,300,237 m². It has four terminals: Terminal A is mostly used for national flights, while Terminals B, C and D are for international traffic. The airport handles 25 million passengers per year, with a capacity to dispatch 12,000 passengers per hour. Future plans includes an increase of the passenger capacity to 32 million passengers in 2010 and to 38 million passengers in 2015.
The Palma de Mallorca Airport is a small airport located just outisde of Palma the capital of the island. The Arrivals lounge is the first thing that you will come to when arriving at Mallorca. If you disembark the aircraft via a tunnel, you must follow the signs along the corridors until you arrive at the terminal’s arrivals floor where you can collect your luggage. If the aircraft has been parked some distance from the terminal, a bus will pick you up and take you to the arrivals floor, here, you will find the usual Customs, then the baggage reclaim carousels, to locate your luggage you can consult the monitors that are placed at the entrance of the lounge and they will tell which conveyor belt your luggage will appear! The Arrivals lounge is located on the ground floor of the passenger terminal and although small, there are sixteen carousels. Conveyor belts 8 and 9 are reserved for non-Schengen flights. Oversized luggage is also collected from these conveyor belts. For further information, you should contact the airline counter in question in the baggage reclaim area. If a passenger has to pass through Customs, then your luggage will be delivered by conveyor belts 8 or 9. Then you will go through to the Arrivals Hall! Here are either the tour operators or people who have come to the airport to meet relatives or friends from a flight can obtain information on the arrival hall via the monitors located in the terminal lobbies. Its is relatively is and stress free to get through.
Departures is the next thing you will come to, The check-in desks are situated, from left to right, according to zone (A, B, C, D, E, F) and number (1 to 204). If you are arriving at the airport by bus or taxi are dropped off on the check-in floor. The offices of the various airlines, tour operators and travel agencies are located on this floor. Information about check-in desks for flights can be obtained from any of these offices, as well as from the information screens and the airport information desks. If you are arriving at the airport by private car may access the check-in area by continuing straight ahead to the terminal or via the car park on the left. Having parked your car, you should proceed to the fourth floor of the car park, continue through the tunnel to the terminal building and then go down to the second floor (check-in).
At the check-in desk, you should produce your tickets and hand over your luggage. The airline staff will then issue boarding passes indicating the seat number allocated on the aeroplane, the boarding time and the gate. If you are flying with Spanair or Iberia who only have hand luggage you may also obtain your boarding passes from the automatic dispenser machines of these companies located on the same floor.
Airport Name: Palma de Mallorca Airport Phone #: (0)971 789 000
Airport Code: PMI Website: www.aena.es
Location: The airport is located 8km to the east of Palma de Mallorca
Address: Palma de Mallorca Airport 07000 Palma de Mallorca Spain
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Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport (AGP) is an airport in the city/town of Malaga in the state/region of Andalusien, Spain which is located in the continent/region of Europe. Cities, towns and places near Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport include Alhaurin de la Torre, Fruniz and Torremolinos. The closest major cities include Malaga, Granada and Cordoba.
Malaga Airport is a modern, newly built airport…I am so thankful that they finished the work before the current economic crisis set in…this modern airport is a far more pleasant environment than the old one!
Located just 8kms from Malaga City…this is also the main airport for the Costa Del Sol and serves all the main tourist resorts and towns along the coast, Torremolinos (10 mins), Benalmadena (15 mins), Fuengirola (20 mins), Calahonda (25 mins), Marbella (30 mins), Puerto Banus (40 mins) and Estepona (60 mins).
There is a train station which although brilliant for Malaga City, for resort tourists the train ends at Fuengirola….no good for those of you who are Marbella bound! Buses, taxis and of course car hire are the other ways of getting to and from the airport.
The airport is made up of three terminals. Terminals 1 and 2 are hardly used any more and terminal 3 is the new one where UK flights depart and arrive: all are connected internally and easy to access.
Once you are through security there are plenty of places to eat and drink including Starbucks…if you are on a flight to the UK you will need to head towards the departure gates marked C (or D in the summer!) – there is also passport control to bear in mind. All internal flights leave from the gates marked D.
Here is a list of the most requested telephone numbers for Malaga Costa del Sol Airport.
We have split the numbers into three categories to make life easier for you: Manage Airport general telephone numbers: car hire telephone numbers and airlines telephone numbers which also includes details of the reservations number and lost luggage telephone numbers.
Aena (Spanish Airport Authority) 0034 902 404 704
Airport Information 0034 952 048 838
Airport Management 0034 952 048 875
Administration 0034 952 048 923
Malaga Airport 0034 952 048 838
Tourist Information 0034 952 294 003
Valencia Airport (VLC) is an airport in the city/town of Manises in the state/region ofValencia, Spain which is located in the continent/region of Europe. Cities, towns and places near Valencia Airport include Manises, Aldaia and Quart de Poblet. The closest major cities include Valencia, Alacant and Elx.
Valencia Airport is situated west of the city of Valencia, just 8 kilometers from the same, and is popularly known also as airport or Valencia-Manises Manises Airport. The airport currently has two terminals T1 and Regional passenger terminal for regional flights, encompassed in a single building also called Terminal Building. Their main destinations are domestic airports of Madrid-Barajas , Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona-El Prat and Sevilla , and has a London-Stansted, Munich, Milan and Paris-Charles de Gaulle as a major international destinations.
Due to the annual increase in passengers, destinations and airlines, especially the Low-Cost, lines airport is currently undergoing a process of expansion.
Address: Airport Road, S / N
46940 Manises (Valencia) Phone 902 404 704 / (+34) 91 321 10 00. e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish bus lines get to 170 places in 12 hours at the most thanks to the fact that numerous bus lines traverse 16,000 km of motorways and A-roads covering the territory of the whole country. You can get from any province to Madrid where there are two main bus stations (Avenida de América and Estación del Sur) with buses to many cities departing every hour. Barcelona has good connections with the rest of the country as well. Main bus stations include Sants Station and one located at Passeig de Gracia .
A lot of Spanish bus stations offer connections with airports.
Renfe Spain Pass
It is a pass that enables all the people from abroad to travel around Spain. You can take advantage of this convenient system in AVE trains and long and medium-distance trains. Renfe Spain Pass is valid for a month starting from the first journey date. It is available in two different option (Business/Club or Tourist) and it can be purchased 6 months in advance. There are also passes valid for 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 rides. In order to get more information or buy a pass online, you can go to:
After you click this link, you can also check all the main train connections in Spain. Don’t forget that once you have a long-distance train tickets you can also use the regional railways Cercanias connecting a city centre with the airport in Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga.
Spain has 16,000 km of major roads including motorways and A-roads – some of them are free, some require a fare.
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