Spain Airports

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Spain AirportsThe following list of airports in Spain appears with their identification codes. It includes all airports located on the Spanish mainland, in the Balearic Islands, in the Canary Islands and in the Spanish territories of North Africa. It does not include private or military airfields. The number of flights to these airports varies enormously with the major city and holiday destination airports attracting millions of annual passengers whilst tiny regional airports see just a handful of domestic arrivals and departures.

Spain Airports Map

Whilst the above list includes most of the Spain’s airports it’s unlikely that you’ll ever visit the majority of them. Take a look at the map below to get some idea where the main airports on the mainland are in relation to one another.

Please be aware that airlines aren’t always transparent in their airport description. For example Girona Airport is over 90km from Barcelona yet it is sometimes referred to as Barcelona (Girona). Barcelona’s El Prat airport is less than 10km from the city so when you allow for the cost of transfers and the time involved in such transfers it isn’t always worthwhile booking the cheapest option.

Spain Airports Map

Flights to Spain

Our flights to Spain page lists useful information about finding the best deals on flights to airports all over Spain. For quick access to individual destinations select your destination from the following list.

Spain Airport Transfers

Rather than leave your transfer arrangements until the last minute it’s a good idea to pre-book an airport transfer to your final destination. Two companies of note that you may well have already seen if you’re a regular visitor to Spain are Resorthoppa and Shuttledirect. They offer shuttlebus and private transfers on most of the popular routes from Spain’s city and holiday airports. For more information take a look at our Spain Airport Transfers page or simply select your preferred destination from the list below:

Spanish Airports Authority (AENA)

AENA (Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea) is the official Spanish Airport Authority. Their official website of Spain’s airports can be found at www.aena.es. There you’ll find a guide to Spain’s 47 airports with location maps. The information is available in English and Spanish.

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