You should have no problem finding a flight going to Spain, for tourism is one of the country’s main industries.
And, those of you who need information about a specific Spanish airport and flights which go there, will find plenty of information at the links further down this page.
Spain has around 47 airports – find a list of the main ones in the box below.
- Flights to Alicante
- Flights to Almeria
- Flights to Barcelona
- Flights to Bilbao
- Flights to Girona
- Flights to Granada
- Flights to Ibiza
- Flights to Jerez
- Flights to Madrid
- Flights to Malaga
- Flights to Murcia
- Flights to Palma
- Flights to Reus
- Flights to Santiago
- Flights to Seville
- Flights to Tenerife
- Flights to Valencia
SPAIN AIR TRAVEL – INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS
Flights to Spain can, basically, be divided into three groups – cheap flights … scheduled flights … and charter flights.
Cheap flights: If you are booking flights to Spain nearly all low-cost airlines fly to all major airports. Spain is a popular holiday destination which has attracted millions of different travelers from old and young to couples and families.
Scheduled flights are operated by specific airlines – like British Airways and Iberia – running regularly to a specified time. They offer such options as First Class, Business, Economy, etc.
Bargains on charter flights exist as a result of large Tour Operators booking blocks of seats on planes for their package holidays. They tend to overbook, rarely fill all their seats and then offer flight-only tickets at interesting prices.
Read reviews about the three main flight classes at the following links: