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Airports in Spain

Welcome to Airports-Spain.com. Here you'll find all the information you need to know about 37 airports across Spain. They include airports in the Canary Islands, Balearic Islands and Melilla Airport on the north coast of Africa.

As well as live flight arrivals and departures, you can see which airlines are operating flights to and from each airport within Spain and internationally.

Still planning your trip? With our easy-to-use website, you'll also find route maps, flight distances and durations (particularly for the inner-air-geeks amongst you), current weather reports and key facts about the 177 destinations reachable from Spain's airports.

Airports-Spain.com - the airport authority for Spain.

Mainland

Spain's mainland is home to the country's most important airport hubs: Madrid Airport and Barcelona Airport. The mainland is best known (and loved) for its countless beaches. From the Costa Brava to Costa de la Luz along the Mediterranean Sea and from Costa Vasca to Costa de Galicia along the Atlantic Ocean, each stretch of coast has its own personality. By the sea, you'll find picturesque fishing villages, cosmopolitan beach cities, wide sandy beaches, wild rocky cliffs, serene coves and more.

Inland, there's the spectacular beauty of the Pyrenees and Pico de Europa mountain ranges, stunning hilltop villages and important heritage sites including Granada, Seville and Toledo.

On our website, you'll find live flight information on all 26 airports in Spain's mainland from Alicante Airport to Zaragoza Airport. You can also find information on airlines and car hire companies at each airport.

Canary Islands

Nestling just 100kms off the North African coastline, the Canary Islands are popular year-round with visitors, not least because of their mild winters and warm, dry Summers.

From long-time resort favourites in Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura to the idyllic peace and wilderness of La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma, there's something for every type of holiday and budget. Volcanic in origin, each island is typified by a wealth of diversity from striking beaches to verdant forests with mountain backdrops and arid moonscapes.

The biggest Canary Islands are well served by international routes including destinations from the UK, Germany and Russia. Inter-island flights are operated by local airlines: Binter Canarias, Canaryfly and Naysa.

Balearic Islands

Four fabulous beautiful islands make up the Balearics. Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and little Formentera lie just off Spain's east coast in the Mediterranean Sea. Although each has its own unique personality, they all have stunning beaches by azure blue waters at all of them.

Mallorca and Ibiza are the most popular and perhaps as famous for their nightlife as they are for their beaches. But at both of them, there are still plenty of places on each island for a bit of peace. Meanwhile, Menorca and Formentera are certainly the more laidback of the islands. Formentera, the baby of them, is only accessible by boat from Ibiza.