Airports in Spain

Car rental reservation at the most important Spanish airports

As one of Europe's favourite holiday destinations, there is a need for a large number of international airports across Spain and the Balearic Islands. Almost 83 million tourists visited airport Spain during 2018, making it the second most visited country in the world that year, so it is no surprise to find so many capable airports dotted around the nation. We work with ACB Rent A Car to rent cheap cars so that our users can have a vehicle for travel during the holidays from the same momneto in which their flights land at the airport.

Barcelona Airport

Airport Spain: Barcelona Spain's second largest airport and the largest in Catalonia, Barcelona mainly caters towards European airlines, such as Spanish Iberia, EasyJet, Irish Ryanair and Norwegian Air. The airport has two passenger terminals, three takeoff and landing areas and has an airport bus that will take travellers to a host of useful locations in and around the city.

Madrid Airport

Airport Spain: Madrid The main airport in Spain is also known as Adolfo Suárez Airport. As the largest European airport by size, it is also the sixth busiest on the continent by passenger numbers. Madrid Airport has five passenger terminals and is named after the late Spanish president, who died in 2014. Great transport links connect the airport to the surrounding regions, with Seville and Bilbao popular tourist destinations from here. Being the main airport of the country, most countries across the globe utilise the airport.

Malaga Airport

Airport Spain: Malaga This airport is the fourth busiest airport in Spain due to the fact that it serves the extremely popular tourist regions of Costa del Sol and, of course, Malaga. The airport has around 60 worldwide connections and handles over 19 million travellers a year, and is only 8km from the city centre, making access easy. Africa, North America and the Middle East are accessible destinations during summer months.

Mallorca Airport

Airport Spain: Mallorca 8km from Mallorca and right next door to Can Pastilla, This airport is also known as Son Sant Joan Airport. It is Spain's third largest airport and is the main base for Air Europa, as well as being used by EasyJet, Ryanair and Vueling. With great transport links to Palm and other nearby resorts, the airport gets extremely busy during the summer months. In the 1920's this airport used to be used by seaplanes travelling to the island.

Sevilla Airport

Airport Spain: Sevilla This airport takes care of about 5 million passengers a year. Also called San Pablo Airport, this is another one of Spain's popular airports with passengers heading to Andalusia. Sevilla is the fourth largest city in the country making for great tourism. The low-cost carriers Ryanair and Vueling fly from this airport.

Valencia Airport

Airport Spain: Valencia Known as Manises Airport due to its location in Manises and is the tenth busiest airport in the nation, second busiest in the region after Alicante. The airport only has one runway and one terminal. It is also only 8km away from Valencia, so this makes getting to and from the airport from the city an easy enough task for tourists. You can fly to about 20 European destinations from this airport.

Alicante Airport

Airport Spain: Alicante The airport of Alicante-Elche is one of the most important on the Mediterranean coast. Approximately 14 million travelers travel annually through its facilities, many of them European citizens who choose the Costa Blanca as a holiday destination. In fact, some of the most important tourist locations in Spain are within a radius of less than 100 kilometers from Alicante airport. Visiting them you can enjoy incredible beaches, popular festivals and monuments. Without forgetting its delicious cuisine.