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The Zaragoza Airport is situated in northern Spain in the province of Aragon. It is just 10km southwest from the city centre. There is a bus which runs from the airport into downtown and costs a relatively low price. The bus stop is located just outside the terminal building; the buses run with the flight schedules.
Vitoria airport is also known in Basque as the Vitoria Gasteiz. It is in northwestern Spain and is a relatively small structure. Just 8 kilometres northwest from city centre, it is tucked away in Spain’s Basque Country. Mainly offering flights from Barcelona and Madrid, it also handles a large volume of cargo flights.
Southern Spain is a fantastic destination for visitors interested in Spanish culture and art as well as historical architecture. The Sevilla Airport services the vibrant and beautiful city of Sevilla, which is situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River and offers all of these things and more.
Santiago de Compostela is the capital city of Spain’s Galicia region and where the important international airport Santiago Compostela Airport can be found. Car hire in Santiago Compostela Airport can be arranged on arrival at one of the car hire counters or beforehand online through a consolidator.
Spain’s Costa Cálida (Warm Coast) is located on the southeast coast of the Mediterranean Sea and is serviced by the San Javier Airport. The airport is located roughly midway between the beautiful historic city of Murcia and the stunning coastal city of Cartagena and is also called the Murcia – San Javier Airport.
Noain Airport, more commonly known as Pamplona Airport, is in the suburb of Noain in Northern Spain, six kilometres from Pamplona, the capital city of the country’s Navarre region. It handles mostly domestic traffic going to and from Madrid, Barcelona and Palma in Majorca.
Maliano Airport is the main gateway to Northern Spain’s Cantabria province. Known officially as Santander International Airport, this small, single-terminal air hub handles flights from most of the country’s major domestic airports, as well as from international destinations Frankfurt, Dublin and London Stansted.
The airlines that serve Madrid’s airport in Spain are Air Europa, Ryanair, British Airways, Aer Lingus, Aegean Airlines and many more. The main airline is Iberia which is accountable for 60% of the flights to the Spanish capital. There are four terminals in the airport, which can easily handle the 50 million passengers that pass through there every year.
Logrono in northern Spain is a city that is blessed with nearby vineyards and a wonderful atmosphere in the centre that draws a good amount of tourists each year. Although there is only one flight to Logrono Airport from Madrid by Iberia, it is still popular.
Most people flying into Hondarribia Airport head straight along the N1 to nearby San Sebastian. However, the town of Hondarribia is also worth a visit. Here you have an old town with medieval buildings, cobblestone streets and fortifications, and La Marina which is dominated by bright coloured houses with balconies.