Travelling in Spain
There are excellent air connections between the major Spanish cities. The largest airports are Barajas, in Madrid, and El Prat, in Barcelona, offering the greatest number of daily flights.
Spain's extensive network of air services also provides daily flights between the islands and the peninsular. The most important airports in the Canary Islands are Gran Canaria, Tenerife Sur and Tenerife Norte, operating services to the principal mainland cities with flight times of less than three hours. In the Balearic Islands, the biggest airport is Palma de Mallorca.
Furthermore, bear in mind that the majority of airports are located less than 20 kilometres from the main city centres, which you can get to by train, taxi, bus or metro.
We recommend you check our practical tips before starting your journey. You can also get more information on airlines operating in Spain, types of flights, security regulations, baggage limits and check-in at the AENA (Spanish Airports and Aerial Navigation) website.