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Airports and flights in Andalucia
There are 9 international airports which serve as regional gateways. Five are located within Andalucia; Malaga, Seville, Almeria, Granada and Jerez, and four located just outside Andalucia; Gibraltar, Faro, Murcia, Alicante. There are also a number of privately operated airstrips which serve non scheduled private aircrafts.
As a major tourist destination with over 15 million passenger arrivals a year, the airports lead by Malaga, Almeria and Sevilla form an important part of the regions infrastructure.
Granada Airport, situated in the area known as "Vega del Genil" or plains of the River Genil 16 km west of the city of Granada and 106 km south of the city of Jaen. It traditionally handled… More →
Affectionately known as an airport with Solera, after the famous method of producing Sherry. This is a quiet airport looking a little tired but a perfect alternative to Sevilla with access to… More →
Seville Airport dates from 1914 when a permanent aerodrome was established on land used for an air show and for the first flight between Europe and Africa. The present terminal was opened in 1989… More →
Gibraltar airport (IATA: GIB, ICAO: LXGB) is located about 2km from the town centre, adjacent to the frontier with Spain. The new 84m pound terminal, which opened in 2012, is spacious and… More →
There are regular national flights to Madrid, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Sevilla, Melilla. There are also regular International flights to London Gatwick, Stanstead, Munich, and Dusseldorf. See… More →
Like neighbouring Andalucia, the Algarve region of southern Portugal is popular for year-round holidays, thanks to its mild, sunny climate. Its centrally-situated capital, Faro, is a popular… More →
Murcia's Corvera (RMU) became the main airport for Murcia on 15th January 2019 when Murcia San Javier (MJV) closed to passenger traffic. Corvera airport is located just outside of village of… More →