Seville International Airport
Alias: San Pablo Airport
Address: Carretera N-IV. Madrid-Cádiz, Km. 532.41020 Seville
Telephone: (+34) 913 211 000.
IATA airport code: SVQ
ICAO airport code: LEZL
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Seville Airport or in Spanish: Aeropuerto de Sevilla. The airport is located in the south of Spain and east of the city of Seville. It is an important airport in the south of the country. Millions of passengers use it every year. There were even 7.5 million passengers before the pandemic. It is mainly used by the low cost airlines such as Ryanair and Vueling. Most flights go to Spanish cities and some major cities in other countries in Europe.
Most busy flight routes Spain
- Almeria, Madrid, Valencia, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Bilbao, Asturias, Santiago de Compostela, Gran Canaria, and Tenerife North.
Busy international routes
- Marrakesh Menara
- Lisbon Humberto Delgado
- Porto Francisco de Sa Carneiro
- Rome Ciampino
- Bologna Guglielmo Marconi
- Milan Bergamo Il Caravaggio
- London Stansted
- London Gatwick
- Amsterdam Schiphol
- Brussels South Charleroi
- Paris Charles de Gaulle
- Paris Orly
Common airlines are Ryanair, Vueling, Air Europa, Volotea, Easyjet, TAP Air Portugal and Iberia.
Seville airport transportation
It is easy to travel to the city in about 15 minutes by car. Another option is to travel by taxi to/from the airport. It’s about 25 euro’s. Traveling by bus will be a lot cheaper but you have to be less flexible of course. The price is just 4 euro. The first buses start around 5 am until 1 am. So even with late Seville airport departures you are able to travel by bus.
Terminal at Seville airport
Seville airport is a medium sized airport in Spain that can transport up to 10 million passengers. The journey begins upon entering the terminal. There are 42 check-in counters available. However, you will have to look at the signs at which desk you should check in. Often every flight has its own check-in counters. Sometimes the destination does not matter and you can check in at the airline desk. After checking in, walk to the right side of the building. There is the security you have to go through. This will take you to the Seville airport departures hall. Once there, look again at the signs at which gate you need to board. There are a total of 16 boarding gates.
SVQ departures leave from a 11,000 feet long (3,360 m) runway.
Flight routes Seville Airport to Spain and Europe
In recent years there have been more and more Seville Airport departures to various major cities, mainly in Europe. Last year in 2019, more than 7 million passengers used the airport. Most Seville Airport departures go to another Spanish city like Barcelona. Spanish cities are in any case strongly represented for flights to and from Seville Airport. Outside Spain, departures to Paris, London, Rome, Brussels, Milan and Amsterdam are popular.