• Serving Barcelona / Spain
    Barcelona–El Prat Airport
  • Barcelona Airport Airline Information

    Barcelona–El Prat Airport: 08820 El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain

Vueling Airlines claims the title of the busiest airline at Barcelona El Prat International Airport. The low cost Spanish airline company has a schedule that includes flights to more than 50 destinations throughout the world. Of course, Vueling Airlines connects Spain’s second largest city with other major European cities in France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, the Scandinavian region, United Kingdom and other parts of the continent. Naturally, Vueling Airlines offers domestic flights to Alicante, Bilbao, Seville, Madrid, and Malaga. Additionally, the Spanish Canary Islands are also accessible via this major low cost carrier. Other major non-European destinations on the schedule of Vueling Airlines include Russia, Israel, Morocco, and Gambia. Vueling Airlines uses Terminal 1 at Barcelona El Prat International Airport.

Being one of the busiest airports in Spain, Barcelona El Prat International Airport is well served by the country’s flag carrier. Iberia offers flights to Madrid Barajas Airport, the busiest airport in Spain. Additional service is provided by Iberia Regional flights to historic Spanish destinations such as Almeria, Burgos, Salamanca, Leon, and Volladoid. Iberia uses Terminal 1 at Barcelona’s main airport.

Ryanair proudly takes the second spot when it comes to being the busiest airline at Barcelona El Prat International Airport. The popular Irish low cost airline links Barcelona with important U.K. destinations including Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, and Nottingham. Ireland’s capital city Dublin is also on the schedule of the busy Irish airline. Ryanair’s coverage is diverse and includes Scandinavia, Southern Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Mediterranean region. The Irish airline also offers flights to several Spanish destinations including Bilbao, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, and the Canary Islands. All Ryanair operations take place in Terminal 2.

Barcelona El Prat International Airport is connected directly to North America thanks to service by a few major U.S. airline companies. Miami International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport can be reached using American Airlines service. New York City and Atlanta are accessible through the Delta Air Lines fleet. Offering trips to Newark Liberty International Airport, United Airlines provides a direct route into the New York City metropolitan area. Montreal and Toronto are accessible on a seasonal schedule operated by Air Canada.

Major Middle Eastern airlines serving Barcelona El Prat International Airport include Emirates, El Al, Pakistan International Airlines, Qatar Airways, and Royal Jordanian. Major Russian destinations can be reached from Barcelona using the Aeroflot, Tatarstan Airlines, VIM Airlines, and Vladivostok Air.