Airport in Seville
The second largest airport in terms of passenger traffic in Andalusia serves its capital - the city of Seville. This airport is second only to Malaga airport. More than four million passengers are served here annually and about 50 thousand take-offs and landings are made..
The airport has only one runway, its length is 3360 meters. Air communication with many European cities is served by almost 20 companies, among which Iberia, Ryanair, Air France, Air Europe and others can be distinguished. The largest number of international flights falls on Paris Orly airport - about 300 thousand passengers a year. Domestically, most often fly to Barcelona - nearly one million passengers a year.
The airport in Seville offers its guests all the services they may need on the road. For hungry passengers, there are cafes and restaurants on the territory of the terminal, which are ready to feed their visitors with delicious food of local and foreign cuisine..
The airport also has a large shopping area where you can buy various goods - perfumes, cosmetics, newspapers and magazines, food, souvenirs, etc..
For passengers with children, the terminal has a mother and child room, as well as specially equipped playgrounds for children.
If necessary, passengers can always seek medical help at the first-aid post or buy the necessary medicines at the pharmacy..
The airport in Seville offers business class tourists a separate waiting room with an increased level of comfort.
There is also a set of standard services, such as ATMs, bank branches, post office, currency exchange, luggage storage, etc..
For tourists wishing to travel around the country on their own, companies that provide cars for rent work on the territory of the terminal..
How to get there
From the airport to Seville, about 10 kilometers. Buses depart regularly from the terminal building and travel through important points in the city. You can also take a taxi to anywhere in Seville, of course, this service will cost several times more than a bus ride.