SPAIN: Сharter flights' schedule to Spain
In order to book and buy cheap air tickets for charter flights to Spain (Barcelona, Mallorca, Tenerife), the “Spain” country should be selected on the main page of the website www.chartershop.com.ua . All the offers available for booking will be displayed below.
Country code: ES
There are about 16 major airports in Spain, located both on the Iberian Peninsula, and on the islands. The largest airports in the country are Barcelona and Madrid. The airport in the capital of Spain is called Madrid-Barajas.
All the Spain airports have numerous different shops, boutiques, souvenir shops, including duty-free on its territory.
It is not difficult to rent a car for traveling in Spain. Generally, airports in Spain meet all international standards.
Note that you should arrive at airports at least 2.5 hours before departure.
The main airports with the largest number of charter flights in the summer are Barcelona and Girona.
Airport code: BCN
Barcelona-El Prat International Airport is the largest international airport in Catalonia and the second largest passenger in Spain. The airport is located about ten kilometers southwest of the Barcelona center in the municipality of El Prat de Llobregat. The services of the airport were used by 35 131 771 passengers in 2012.
On June 16, 2009, a new airport terminal with an area of 545,000 m² was opened, known as T1 and designed by architect Ricardo Bofil. Nowadays, Barcelona International Airport has three runways from 2540 meters to 3352 meters long, two asphalt and one concrete.
Services: currency exchange points, restaurants and shops, snack bars, car rental, indoor and outdoor parking.
Airport code: GRO
Girona (or Gerona) Airport Costa Brava is an international airport located in Catalonia, Spain, 12 km from Girona. There are good transport links between the airport and Barcelona, the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava. Having built in 1965, passenger traffic was not so big in the first years. But in 2000, the Ryanair low-cost airline decided to make the airport one of its hubs, so the number of passengers increased several times — from 557 thousand in 2002 to 5.5 million in 2008. This is also due to the fact that the airport is often used as an alternative to the Barcelona airport, easily accessible by train, bus or taxi from the Girona train station. Nowadays, it is the eighth busiest airport in the country.
Services: parking, travel agency, postal services, VIP-lounge, business center, duty-free shops, first-aid post, bank branches, Internet access.
Tenerife South Airport
Airport code: TFS
Tenerife South International Airport (also known as Queen Sofia Airport Tenerife South) is the international airport of Spain, the main airport of the Canary Islands, located on the island of Tenerife. The airport was founded in 1978, currently having one passenger terminal.
Tenerife South International Airport is 57 km southwest of Tenerife's capital, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and 18 km southeast of the popular resort of Playa de las Americas. There is a bus connection from the airport with the city of Santa Cruz, Tenerife North Airport and to the resorts of the south of the island — routes № 111 and 343.
Tenerife South Airport serves both national and international flights of Iberia, Air Europa, AirBerlin, Ryanair, Easyjet, Jetair, Aer Lingus. You can get to Alicante, Bilbao, Fuerteventura, La Palma, Lanzarote, Madrid, Santander, Santiago, Seville, Valencia and other Spanish airports from it. International flights from the southern airport of Tenerife are served to the cities of Germany, Russia, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Holland, Great Britain, Norway, France, Sweden, Portugal and Finland.
Arriving and departing passengers at the airport are provided with a wide range of services: there is a post office, an information desk, currency exchange offices, a first-aid post, a chapel, a mother and child room, as well as numerous shops, restaurants and cafés. There are also VIP lounges for passenger service, a playground and conference rooms. You can get information about the main island attractions, as well as book a hotel and find out the schedule of group excursions at the offices of travel agencies, being also located at the airport.
Palma de Mallorca Airport
The airport of Palma de Mallorca is the third largest passenger airport (after Madrid and Barcelona) in Spain. The airport is the largest of the three international airports in the Balearic Islands (the other two are on the islands of Ibiza and Menorca). In addition to civilian purposes, the airport is also used as the base of the Spanish Air Force.
Palma de Mallorca Airport Terminals
Palma de Mallorca Airport covers an area of 6.3 km², consisting of four terminals.
Terminal A is used for international flights to non-Schengen countries such as England and Ireland for the most part.
Terminal B is the smallest one, used only by Air Nostrum, the “daughter” of the main Spanish carrier Iberia.
Terminal C is the largest airport terminal, serving planes to non-schengen directions. The main airlines using the terminal are Air Berlin, Niki, Condor and EasyJet.
Terminal D is used mainly for international flights within Europe.
The total area of the airport is 6.3 km². The maximum number of passengers as of 2012 is 25 million people per year. The total area of the terminal premises is 250,733 m². There are 88 parking lots for passenger aircraft with a total area of 70,000 m² on the airfield. There is a parking lot for cars in front of the airport with a capacity of 4800 seats. By 2015, the airport will expand in order to be able to receive up to 38 million passengers a year.
Services: Wi-Fi; Parking; - First-aid post; - Shops, Duty-Free; - Restaurants, cafes, bars; - Banking institutions; - Travel agencies; - VIP-hall, business center, conference hall; - Room of mother and child; - Children playground; - Post office;
Alicante Airport is located 10 km from the city of the same name in Spain. This is the sixth busiest airport in the country - in 2011 it served 9.9 million passengers. A new spacious and modern terminal was built in 2011, nowadays all flights are made through it.
There is a good transport connection between both airport and city. You can get to the city in half an hour by bus S-6 , it runs from 6:50 to 23:00, the last one is near the Hotel Melia, the bus passes the stops of the railway station and bus station of Alicante. The fare is about 3 EUR. You can also get to Murcia, Benidorm, Elche, Torrevieja and other cities from the airport.
There is a taxi rank with strictly set tariffs at the airport - a trip to Alicante will cost you 25 EUR during the day and 30 EUR at night.
Services: currency exchange offices, restaurants and shops, snack bars, car rental, indoor and outdoor parking.
Help desk at Alicante Airport: + (3491) 321-10-00.
You can book tickets for a charter flight to Spain online on the website www.chartershop.com.ua
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