Andorra airports - list of Andorra international airports

Airports in Andorra

The dwarf European state of Andorra does not have its own airport, and therefore tourists arrive here only by land transport..
The nearest cities with airports are Barcelona in Spain and Toulouse in France. Therefore, the answer to the question, "What is the name of Andorra airport or where is it located?" sounds exactly like this - "Barcelona Airport and Toulouse Blagnac Airport".

International airports near Andorra

When choosing an air gate through which you have to get to Europe and then find yourself in the ski resorts of the Principality of Andorra, you should take into account the duration of the flight and the possibility of further transfer. A Schengen visa is required both to visit France and to fly to Spain, and the travel time will be about five hours to Barcelona and at least six hours to Toulouse, given that you will have to get to the French airport only with a transfer in one of the European capitals.

We fly through Catalonia

In the Spanish province of Catalonia, Barcelona airport is the largest:

  • Several times a week Aeroflot makes regular flights here from Moscow.
  • Numerous transfers from other Russian cities are added during the summer season.
  • In addition, almost all European air carriers operate regular flights here, and the base ones are Air Europa, Air Nostrum and Vueling Airlines.

Buses leave several times a day directly from terminals N1 and N2 of the airport to Andorra, which take travelers to all ski resorts of the principality. The price of the issue is from 30 to 40 euros, depending on the distance of the selected slopes, and the travel time can be about four hours.
A good option is to rent a car and go directly to Andorra. There are rental car offices at Barcelona airport, and you can book the desired car in advance on the Internet.
Barcelona Airport website for detailed flight schedules or a list of airlines flying here –

French way

There are no direct flights to Toulouse from Russia, and therefore this route involves a connection in one of the European capitals. The easiest way to get to Toulouse airport is with a connecting flight via Paris with Air France.
From the only airport terminal in Andorra, a bus leaves several times a day, passing through all the ski resorts of the principality. The transfer will take about three and a half hours and 35 euros, but a taxi will cost faster, but several times more expensive (all prices are valid for September 2015).
The address of the official website of Toulouse airport, where you can find out the flight schedule and get acquainted with the infrastructure, is