An In-Depth Guide To the Main Airports in Spain Is Launched By Spanish Airport

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Spanish Airport Guide contains vital information for anyone travelling to or through any Spanish Airport this summer. It lists all flights, services and facilities at each of the main Spanish airports.

Spanish Airport Guide provides an easy to understand guide to the 15 principle airports in Spain.

The information that Spanish Airport Guide provides on each airport in Spain is extensive with whole pages dedicated to shopping and eating facilities, the arrivals and departures halls and the costs of transport to and from each airport. In most cases there is a selection of different Airport maps.

Creator of the Spanish Airport Guide, Gary Ingram claims that he was fed up with the lack of “real information” available on the internet about airports in Spain. “We chose the 15 airports that are most likely to be used by visitors to Spain and then tried to answer any question anyone flying through those airports would have." The new flights to Spain section even details the specific airlines and UK Airports that offer direct flights into each of the Spanish Airports. The busiest commercial airports Madrid Airport and Barcelona Airport have been expanded to include sections dedicated to each individual terminal.

At this time of year most of the traffic to the website is from holiday makers who are about to embark on their annual two week holiday and want to find out which bus or train goes to there holiday destination. “Private Spanish Airport transfers are also proving to be a popular means of getting from the airport to the hotel or villa and with good reason: If you are traveling in a group of more than five people then you will need to take and pay for multiple taxis, by pre booking your airport transfers you can ensure that your group travels together in one vehicle and you get collected at both ends of your holiday by your own dedicated driver”

The busiest tourist airports in Spain are without doubt Palma Airport, Alicante Airport, Malaga Airport and Tenerife Airport, but in the last couple of years a number of the smaller airports have steadily been increasing their passenger numbers.

Girona Airport is a good example of an airport that has been hugely affected by the advent of low cost air travel. In 1993 only 275,000 passengers passed through Girona Airport, in 2004 this number increased to 2,956,471 and it is estimated that this number will rise to 4,350,000 By 2010.

Spanish Airport Guide Was first launched in October 2004 and also provides information on Jerez Airport, Reus Airport, Valencia Airport, Murcia Airport, Almeria Airport, Ibiza Airport, Lanzarote Airport and Tenerife Airport

For more information about any of the main airports in Spain please contact Gary Ingram at


Gary Ingram

0034 650 783 779

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