Iberia, the national carrier, and the smaller, slightly cheaper subsidiary Aviaco, as well as AirEurope, operate an extensive network of flights.
To get specific information about Spanish airports, airlines and flights, please check this interactive map from Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea – the state-owned company that owns and manages Spain’s airports.
- If you are travelling from Europe, it is possible to fly directly to Seville or one of the nearby cities such as Malaga, Córdoba, Granada-Jaén, Jerez from certain departure cities. Depending on the origin, it is also possible to fly to Madrid and reach Seville by train.
- If you are travelling from outside Europe, it is most likely that you will arrive either to Madrid or to Barcelona. Depending on the origin, you can also check if there are international flights to Malaga.
The following information may be useful as a reference:
1. Madrid to Seville
International flights - MadridMadrid Barajas Airport has 4 terminals:
• Terminal 1 primarily handles international flights from Argentina, China, Egypt, Mexico, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, and the USA, as well as from many European countries.
• Terminal 2 operates with much fewer airlines, serving mainly European flights, such as to Germany, Portugal and Norway.
• Terminal 3 almost exclusively serves domestic internal flights around Spain.
• Terminal 4 handles mainly international flights. It serves much of Europe as well as the USA, Central and South America, and a number of Middle Eastern Arab States.
If you fly to Madrid you have several options to reach Seville:
By plane: If you decide to take a connecting flight you may need to change terminal. Be careful because Madrid Barajas Airport is quite big and going from one terminal to another can take you a long while. For more information click here
By train: A quicker way to get from Madrid to Seville (in two and a half hours) is on an Alta Velocidad Española (AVE) train operated by Renfe, the Spanish national railroad. You can reach Atocha Railway station from the airport easily via the city's Metro system or by taxi.
By bus: There are regular buses throughout the day. The first bus leaves at 8am and the last at 1am in both directions. You can consult the timetable here (website available only in Spanish)
2. Barcelona to Seville
International flights - BarcelonaBarcelona International Airport is located 12 km southwest from Barcelona, Spain. The airport is the second largest in Spain behind Madrid Barajas Airport. The airport mainly serves domestic, European and North African destinations, also having flights to Southeast Asia, Latin America and North America. The airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 1 (abbreviated to T1) and Terminal 2 which has 3 separate buildings called T2A, T2B and T2C. For more information click here
If you fly to Barcelona you have several options to reach Seville:
By plane: There are regular flights operated by both national (Iberia) and low-fare airlines (Ryanair and Vueling) from Barcelona to Seville. You should be able to get flights much cheaper than train or bus if booked far enough in advance. When you take a connecting flight you may need to change terminal. T1 and T2 are 4km apart, therefore, if you need to go from one terminal to the other you will not be able to walk.
By train: The High Speed Train that links Seville to Barcelona, bypassing Madrid. The AVE (which stands for Alta Velocidad Española) train connects Barcelona with Seville in around five hours and twenty five minutes, without having to enter the central AVE station, Atocha, in Madrid.
3. Málaga to Seville
International flights - MalagaMálaga International Airport is the main airport on the Costa del Sol in Spain located 8km southwest of Málaga and 5km north of Torremolinos. It has flight connections to over 60 countries worldwide. There are three terminals: Terminal 1 is used for flights to and from most international destinations outside of the EU, Terminal 2 accepts aircraft from EU countries including the UK and Ireland while Terminal 3 deals with almost all international/nationals arrivals and departures.
If you fly to Málaga you have several options to reach Seville:
By train: The train from Seville to Malaga takes between two-and-a-half and four hours. This is the quickest and most convenient way to get from Malaga to Seville. You can book your train ticket from Malaga to Seville at Renfe. Trains depart from the María Zambrano Station in Malaga center 9 km from Malaga Airport with which it is connected by the suburban train (Cercanías) C-1. The suburban train station is situated in the new Terminal T3 building about five minutes walk from T2. Malaga María Zambrano Station is just 4 stops from Malaga Airport Station. Trains run every 30 minutes during the day.
By bus: There are regular buses throughout the day between Malaga and Seville. The journey takes three to four hours. However, the train has a similar price, is quicker and more comfortable. You can consult here the timetable and the fare between Malaga and Seville.
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