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Andalucia is extremely well-connected for international visitors, with thousands of flights arriving from all over Europe every day. There are six main airports in the region - five in Andalucia itself (Malaga, Seville, Granada, Jerez and Almeria), plus Gibraltar, which is handy for the Costa de la Luz (south of Cadiz) and western Costa del Sol (west of Malaga).

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Gibraltar and the following cities: Bristol, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Manchester, Tangiers and Casablanca. Search direct and indirect flights to or from Gibraltar below through our affiliate partner Skyscanner.

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Gibraltar and the following cities. We are updating this table frequently to reflect 2021 airline daily schedules, and have retained 2019 routes as a reference.

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Jerez and the following cities. We are updating this table frequently to reflect 2020 airline daily schedules, and have retained 2019 routes as a reference.

Direct flights to and UK airports (Bristol, Edinburgh, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester), Direct flights to and from EU airports (Amsterdam Schipol, Baden-Baden, Bari, Berlin, Bologna, Bordeaux, Bussels - Charleroi and more).

These are the airlines that have direct flights to and from Almeria Airport and the following cities: Belfast, Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds - Bradford, London Gatwick, London Stanstead, Manchester, Newcastle, Billund, Bruges - Ostend, Brussels, Dublin, Faro, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Faro and 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 tourist destination, and its airport is the most important in the Algarve, serving the entire region. It is a modern airport with excellent facilities.

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 Corvera on the MU-601 autovia linking Corvera and Fuente Alamo, about 10km south of Murcia city in the direction of Cartagena. The airport is easily accessible from the A-30 which runs between Cartagena and Murcia.

Aeropuerto de Alicante-Elche airport is the major gateway for visitors to the Costa Blanca. It is also convenient for those travelling to north-east Andalucia - Almeria and Jaen provinces. The fifth-busiest airport in Spain, it handles over twenty million passengers every year. Over three-quarters of flights are international.