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Did you know that there are more than 50 airports in Spain? This interactive digital map was designed by Europair in order to help you find out about our country’s airports, which make up one of Europe’s best connected airport systems.

Just hover over the map with your mouse: you will see a picture of the airport, interesting facts and a link to its website.

In addition, you can download a .pdf document in high resolution and print out your own poster.
Otherwise, why not set it as a wallpaper on your desktop?

We hope it may inspire you for new destinations for your charter flights in the future.

This year, give wings to your dreams. Europair will take you to all of your favourite destinations.




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Madrid Barajas - Adolfo Suárez

Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport is one of the main points of entry for tourists to Spain. A short distance from the city centre, it is a key element of our tourist industry as it is convenient and saves passengers time and money in transport. Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport plays a very important role in the economies of Madrid and Spain as a whole, since it drives the regional economy and fosters business growth and tourism.

Airport's website

Barcelona - El Prat

Barcelona-El Prat Airport is now consolidated as a strategic point of reference in the Euro-Mediterranean airspace. The continuous improvement of its facilities and the quality of its services have enabled this airport to establish an exceptional position to face the future with certainty. Having modernised its facilities, the airport can offer quality services for passengers and an airfield worthy of a top-level airport, suitable for use by large commercial planes.

Airport's website

Reus

Reus airport is approximately 3 kilometres south-east of the city and 13 kilometres from Tarragona city centre. The airport have a substantial base of charter flight passengers, mainly in summer. Numerous general aviation and sports aircraft also operate in Reus, thanks to the presence in the airport of the Real Aeroclub de Reus.

Airport's website

Castellón - Costa Azahar

Castellón Airport is located in the vicinity of Benlloch and Villanueva de Alcolea. It was managed by the public company Aerocas and subsequently by SNC-Lavalin. Despite having been officially opened in March 2011, it did not receive all the permits to operate until December 2014. The first scheduled flight at the airport, bound for London, operated on September 15th, 2015.

Airport's website

Zaragoza

Zaragoza airport is located south-west of the city, 10 km from the city centre. It is a joint civil-military aerodrome. Aena has carried out major renovation of the infrastructure to adapt and modernise the airport for the 2008 Zaragoza International Expo. Due to its excellent location, with over twenty million people concentrated within in a radius of three hundred kilometres, it is an important goods distribution centre.

Airport's website

Valencia

Valencia airport, which is situated eight kilometres west of the capital, has become an important business and tourist centre, encouraging economic growth in the area. General aviation is very important in the airport of Valencia. The agriculturally-related private aviation manoeuvres and air operations which take place every year are an important part of this airport's activity.

Airport's website

Menorca

Menorca Airport is situated approximately 4.5 kilometres to the southwest of the island's capital, Mahon. Its facilities provide a premium service, meeting both the island's tourism needs as well as those of its capital city, Mahón, where it is located. It is primarily a tourist airport with a large number of charter flights, especially during the summer.

Airport's website

Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca Airport, located 8 km from the city, is the gateway for the millions of tourists who visit the island. Airport traffic is primarily international and reaches its greatest levels during the summer season. There are also numerous connections to the mainland. By nationality, Germany accounts for the largest number of passengers, followed by Spain and the United Kingdom.

Airport's website

Ibiza

Just 7.5 km from the capital, and perfectly connected to the most important tourist centres, the Ibiza airport is the island's primary communications artery. The airport facilities serve Ibiza and Formentera, and they are used by 95 per cent of all people who arrive at or depart from these islands. Ibiza airport is characterised by the seasonal nature of its demand and by its predominantly tourist character.

Airport's website

Girona - Costa Brava

Girona-Costa Brava airport occupies an important position both in the tourist sector and from a commercial or industrial perspective, as it is located close to the Costa Brava, the Pyrenees and the cities of Girona and Barcelona, which are 10 and 85 kilometres away respectively. Due the low-cost airline operations, Girona-Costa Brava airport has enjoyed spectacular growth in recent years.

Airport's website

Sabadell

Sabadell Airport is an aerodrome that handles General Aviation traffic and flights under visual flight rules (VFR). Seventy per cent of the airport's activity is dedicated to the classes run by the four aeroplane and helicopter pilot schools. The remaining thirty per cent is divided between publicity flights, photography and air taxis, private flights and government flights.

Airport's website

Alicante - Elche

Alicante - Elche Airport is situated 9 kilometres southwest of the capital, in the municipality of Elche, in one of the most dynamic, up and coming business and economic zones on the Mediterranean coast. The essential role played by tourism is reflected in the percentage of international passenger flights that this airport handles and which make up eighty percent of the total.

Airport's website

Lleida - Alguaire

Lleida Airport - Alguaire is a Spanish airport facility managed by Aeroports de Catalunya and opened in January 2010. The facility serves the city of Lleida, its catchment area and the Principality of Andorra.

Airport's website

Andorra - La Seu

Airport Andorra - La Seu airport facility is owned by the Generalitat of Catalonia. It is used as an aerodrome, accepting commercial flights, general aviation and emergency services. It is located in Alto Urgel (Catalonia) in the mountains of Ensiula.

Airport's website

Huesca - Pirineos

The Huesca-Pirineos airport is located 10.5 km south-east of the city of Huesca. It is in a privileged location for communication with the Pyrenees of Aragon, an important stop for skiers, since it is the site of some of Spain's major resorts.

Airport's website

Murcia - San Javier

Murcia-San Javier Airport is located on the north shoreline of the Mar Menor, in the district of Santiago de la Ribera, belonging to the town of San Javier. It is an air station open to civil traffic. The airport has become an essential node in holiday and leisure transport that arrives and departs from the Autonomous Community of Murcia.

Airport's website

Murcia - Corvera

Murcia International Airport is located in the town of Murcia, Spain. There is no expected date for opening, due to the proximity of San Javier Airport and Alicante Airport. Its management is private, although it has been promoted by the Regional Government.

Airport's website

Almería

Almeria Airport plays one of the most important roles in the development of the province's tourist potential. Located at the centre of the bay of Almeria and eight kilometres from the city, it enjoys excellent communications with the province's other tourist destinations, such as Cabo de Gata, Aguadulce, Roquetas de Mar, El Ejido and Mojacar.

Airport's website

F.G.L. Granada - Jaén

F.G.L. Granada-Jaén Airport is located in the region of La Vega del Genil, 17 kilometres from Granada capital and 106 km from Jaen capital. The airport maintains a scheduled traffic link with Barcelona and Madrid, thereby offering a very important service for the social-economic development of both provinces.

Airport's website

Melilla

Melilla Airport is situated three kilometres southwest of the autonomous city, which, due to its privileged location, is the gateway to Africa, the continent that is the current focus of all the attention of the business and tourist sectors. Its air, sea and land connections make it the potential operations base .

Airport's website

Albacete

Albacete Airport is located to the south of the capital, in the area known as Los Llanos, within the Albacete city limits. It is an air station open to civil traffic. In 2005, a series of actions were completed and put into service, which have equipped the airport with modern facilities that enable it to respond to the air traffic demand with quality and safety.

Airport's website

Helipuerto de Ceuta

The Ceuta heliport, opened in 2004, is the first in Spain built and managed by Aena for ensuring accessibility to the autonomous city by air and for providing a service that responds to the current air traffic demand. A quick connection to the Spanish mainland is vital to Ceuta's economic development.

Airport's website

Málaga - Costa del Sol

Malaga-Costa del Sol airport is located 8 km from the city centre with excellent connections to whole of the Costa del Sol. It is one of the oldest Spanish airports as well as being one of the original locations of the first airline founded in Spain in 1919. Most of the traffic handled by the airport is from the European Union.

Airport's website

Helipuerto de Algeciras

Algeciras heliport, the second of the Aena network, completes the aeronautic infrastructure map of Andalusia. Located in the Bay de Algeciras port, the objective of this heliport is to improve communications between mainland Spain and the Autonomous City of Ceuta.

Airport's website

Jerez

Jerez Airport, located 8 kilometres northeast of the city in the municipality of Jerez de la Frontera, constitutes one of the cornerstones of tourism development in the province of Cadiz. From 1993, the airport has seen a significant increase in its international traffic, for the most part charter.

Airport's website

Sevilla

Seville airport, situated ten kilometres northwest of the capital, embarked on its largest expansion in 1992. In preparation for the Universal Exhibition, the aircraft parking apron was extended and a new terminal was built, as well as a new access road from the National N-IV road and a new control tower to the south of the runway. The design was based on Seville's cultural roots, using three traditional components: the mosque, the palace and the orange trees.

Airport's website

Córdoba

Located six kilometres from the city, Cordoba airport is currently used by agricultural treatment companies, for organ transfers to and from the Reina Sofia hospital transplant centre, military flights, passenger charter flights, aerial photographs, pilot courses, parachuting schools and other aerial activities.

Airport's website

Badajoz

Badajoz Airport is located 14 kilometres from the city and 45 kilometres from Merida, in the municipality of Badajoz. The airport mainly handles domestic flights.

Airport's website

Ciudad Real

Ciudad Real “Central” Airport, formerly known as "Don Quixote Airport " and "Madrid South Airport - Ciudad Real" is a Spanish private airport located in the province of Ciudad Real, between the provincial capital and the city of Puertollano. It is the first private international airport in Spain.

Wikipedia airport's website

Madrid - Torrejón

Torrejon Air Base is one of the largest Spanish military airports, located in Madrid. It was used in conjunction with the Army Air Force and the US Air Force until 1992. After being jointly used by the Air Force of Spain and AENA for business aviation purposes, these operations have now been transferred to Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport.

Wikipedia airport's website

Madrid - Cuatro Vientos

Madrid-Cuatro Vientos airport, the oldest of all Spanish airports, is located just eight kilometres from the centre of the capital. It is a joint civil-military aerodrome used for general aviation flights. in Cuatro Vientos, basically flying schools, services of the State coexist, as well as companies involved in maintenance, etc.

Airport's website

Pamplona

Pamplona Airport is six kilometres from the city of Pamplona. The air traffic here is mostly domestic and particularly regular, with little seasonal variation, which means that it its figures remain constant throughout the entire season. Most of its traffic flies to and from Madrid-Barajas and Barcelona-El Prat airports.

Airport's website

San Sebastián

San Sebastian airport is situated in the locality of Hondarribia, 22 kilometres northeast of the city of San Sebastian, in the district of Bidasoa, on the River Bidasoa estuary. ts traffic is basically scheduled domestic, as well as international.

Airport's website

Logroño - Agoncillo

Logroño-Agoncillo airport is located east of the capital of La Rioja, in the town of Agoncillo. Opened in 2003, the airport has modern infrastructures and services that allow it to manage the air traffic demand within appropriate levels of safety and quality.

Airport's website

Vitoria

Vitoria airport, located eight kilometres from the city, handles an outstanding volume of cargo traffic. The Vitoria airport has undergone high growth in cargo traffic, especially in 1994 due to the selection of the airport by some freight companies as the arrival and departure point for goods (perishables and parcels) for further distribution.

Airport's website

Burgos

Burgos airport, situated four kilometres northeast of the capital, began commercial aircraft traffic operations on July 2008. The new facilities will enable it to meet the air traffic demand whilst ensuring appropriate security and quality standards. The airport occupies an area of almost 230 hectares in size beside the old aerodrome facilities and has a new airfield for aircraft operations.

Airport's website

Salamanca

Salamanca Airport forms part of the Matacán public civilian air station. It is situated fifteen kilometres to the east of the city, falling within the municipal districts of Machacón, Calvarrasa de Abajo and Villagonzalo de Tormes.

Airport's website

Bilbao

Bilbao airport is one of the most outstanding expressions of the renewal and new strength of the city of Bilbao. It is located 12 kilometres from the Biscay capital, in the municipality of Loiu. Bilbao airport has effectively dealt with a constant increase in traffic over recent years, traffic which is mainly domestic.

Airport's website

Santander - Seve Ballesteros

Seve Ballesteros-Santander Airport is situated five kilometres outside the city in the town of Maliaño, within the municipal district of Camargo, on the west side of the bay. In the last few years, reform and extension works have been carried out to provide the airport with improved infrastructures and services.

Airport's website

Valladolid

Valladolid airport -situated in the municipality of Villanubla, ten kilometres from the capital- has become an important factor for the social and economic development of the capital city of the province of Valladolid. The new passenger terminal was inaugurated in 2000, and its main features are its clean, functional design, emphasised by spaciousness and numerous aesthetically pleasing elements.

Airport's website

León

Leon Airport opened in June 1999. It is located at six kilometres from the provincial capital. Currently, it is an aerodrome used jointly as a military base and an airport open to civil traffic. To meet the growing passenger demand, in October 2005 the runway and aircraft parking apron were extended and an ILS/I landing system was installed to improve operability under adverse weather conditions.

Airport's website

Vigo

Vigo airport is located in the municipalities of Mos, Redondela and Vigo, nine kilometres from Vigo's city centre and 28 kilometres from the city of Pontevedra. In 2014, Aena began the extension and complete remodelling of the terminal building, which will substantially increase the airport's capacity and update it with new safety criteria.

Airport's website

Santiago

Santiago airport is located approximately ten kilometres to the Northeast of the city, in the municipalities of Santiago de Compostela, O Pino and Boqueixon, in the province of A Coruña. In October 2011, the Ministry of Public Works, through Aena, opened a new infrastructure to multiply capacity and operational capability and to improve the quality of airport services.

Airport's website

A Coruña

A Coruña airport is situated in the province of A Coruña, in the municipality of Culleredo, approximately 8 kilometres from the capital's city centre. In order to adapt A Coruña's airport to future air traffic demands, significant actions are planned or already underway to provide infrastructures and facilities to improve the quality and safety of aircraft and passenger services.

Airport's website

Asturias

Asturias airport is located in the town of Castrillon, 15 km from Aviles, 40 km from Gijon and 47 km from Oviedo. In the last few years, reform and extension works have been carried to provide the airport with improved infrastructures and services. Asturias airport's main air traffic is made up mostly of domestic and international commercial scheduled flights.

Airport's website

El Hierro

Inaugurated in 1972, the airport of El Hierro, located in the municipality of Valverde, has changed life on the island, improving communications with the rest of the archipelago and paving the way to a new type of tourism. Air traffic is domestic, with the main origin/destination of flights being Tenerife Norte Airport and, to a lesser extent, the airports of Gran Canaria and La Palma.

Airport's website

La Gomera

The airport of La Gomera, located in the south of the island in the municipality of Alajero, 34 kilometres from the capital (San Sebastian), is the most modern airport of the Canary Islands. Inaugurated in 1999, it has established itself as a vital component of exterior communication for the island's inhabitants and tourist development in the island.

Airport's website

La Palma

Located 8 kilometres outside Santa Cruz de la Palma, it is a modern airport fully equipped to contribute to the economic growth and development of tourism in the region it serves. Traffic is above all domestic, centring around the airports of Tenerife Norte, Gran Canaria and Madrid-Barajas.

Airport's website

Tenerife Norte

Located to the north of the Island, in the municipality of San Cristobal de la Laguna, the airport is just 10 kilometres from the capital (Santa Cruz de Tenerife). Traffic is mainly of the scheduled domestic nature, 40 percent of which are connecting flights to the other islands in the archipelago.

Airport's website

Tenerife Sur

Situated to the south of the island, at the heart of the tourist area, Tenerife Sur Airport was inaugurated by Queen Sofía on 6 November 1978. Tenerife Sur Airport is open 24 hours a day. Currently it offers more than a hundred connecting flights. More than 150 companies work on the premises.

Airport's website

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria Airport, located on the coast of the island from which it takes its name, is the gateway for the millions of tourists who visit the island every year. The airport is situated 25 kilometres from one of the main tourist centres of the Canary Islands - the southern area of Gran Canaria - and 18 kilometres from the island's capital and the province of Las Palmas.

Airport's website

Fuerteventura

Located in El Matorral, just five kilometres from the island capital of Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura Airport plays a key role in tourism development on the island. Most of the flights from the airport are to European Union countries. Germany and the United Kingdom represent more than 50 per cent of the international traffic.

Airport's website

Lanzarote

Lanzarote Airport, located 5 kilometres from Arrecife, is extremely important for tourism development on the island. Most of the traffic at the airport comes from European Union countries. The United Kingdom and Germany account for almost 60 per cent of international traffic.

Airport's website

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