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Seville Airport in the south of Spain is Andalucía’s second largest airport after Malaga and serves mainly the Seville region. Some 4,051,392 passengers used the airport in 2009 alone and with new European routes being offered now even more passengers will take advantage of departures at Seville Airport in the future. 2010 saw passenger numbers rise to 4,224,718.
Seville Airport departures take place from the airport’s main terminal building. Dating back to 1915, the airport today is very different from the commercial airport that finally opened to the public in 1919 and has all the modern facilities tourists and business travellers are looking for today. A new control tower, a new terminal building and an extended apron are all signs that departures at Seville Airport are more popular than ever.
Major international airlines facilitating Seville Airport departures are Ryanair, Air Berlin, SAS, Iberia, Spanair and Vueling Airlines among others. A multitude of destinations across Europe and within Spain itself are on offer for departures at Seville Airport – from France to Scandinavia, Britain or Switzerland to Alicante, Almeria, Barcelona or Bilbao in Spain. You can also choose departures at Seville Airport that will take you just across the border into Lisbon in Portugal.
Although some routes are only operating at seasonal peak times, there is still a large selection of destinations to choose from all year round for expats living in Spain and wanting to visit friends and family back home or Spanish holidaymakers wishing a change of scenery.
Reaching Seville Airport for departures is easy, since the airport is well connected by road via the A4 motorway, connecting the city of Seville with Madrid and the airport of Seville with the rest of the region. There are bus services running every 30 minutes from the centre of Seville, Santa Justa railway station and Puerta de Jerez to the airport with a total journey time of no more than 40 minutes.
The airport is also served by several major car hire companies and upon arrival you can choose your vehicle, make your booking and when it is time to leave Spain again, you can return your hire car at the car rental stations of Avis, Auriga Crown, Europcar, Hertz or National and head for departures at Seville Airport.
If you have time to spare prior to your Seville Airport departure, why not pop into one of the seven retail outlets on offer? Shops open early in the morning and remain open until 21.30pm.
The information stand provides not just tourist information but also helps passengers who have lost or misplaced their luggage. Seville Airport is a barrier free airport and anyone with mobility problems that are not already catered for by the facilities in place should contact the information desk to ask for assistance.
Departures at Seville Airport have a number of banking services to choose from as well as cafes and restaurants to while away the time prior to their flight. Several VIP lounges allow business travellers to relax and unwind before their departure at Seville Airport. With no fewer than 8 airport hotels nearby, passengers departing very early or very late in the day have peace of mind that they will reach their departing flight well on time.
Seville Airport’s new terminal building has a range of other services to offer to arrivals and departures. There are baby changing facilities for parents and their infants as well as four heart rescue facilities for passengers with health issues. There is also a more general first aid centre and naturally, a police station is at hand to deal with all security issues at Seville Airport.
For further information about departures at Seville Airport, please visit the official airport site at http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Sevilla/enBack to top