Seville

Discover Seville airport

Discover the airport

Located ten kilometres north-west of the regional capital, Seville Airport embarked on its largest expansion in 1992. In preparation for the World’s Fair, the aircraft parking apron was extended and a new terminal was built, as well as a new access road from the National N-IV road and a new control tower to the south of the runway.

The design was based on Seville's cultural roots, using three traditional components: the mosque, the palace and orange trees. An orange grove greets visitors to the airport, who then enter an area that is blue in colour because of the effect of the glass roofing tiles, which is crowned by a series of arches supported by the domes.

Opportunities for airlines

Opportunities for airlines

  • Region with strong economic development and high productivity catchment area.
  • Seville has three monuments recognized as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO: the largest Christian Gothic cathedral in the world and the third largest church in the world, the Alcázar of Seville and the Archivo de Indias.
  • Tourists can wander through its narrow streets and main avenues and admire the magnificent monuments and buildings that are part of the city's heritage, some of them dating from the Arab conquest in the 18th century.
  • Major investments in advanced technologies. Seville is one of the strongholds of the AIRBUS company and boasts one of the largest solar power plants in the world.
  • Holy Week and the April Fair are among the best known events in Spain.

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New routes

Consult the new routes inaugurated in the airports of the Aena network in recent years.

Seville in figures (2021)

3.4M

Passengers

1.2M

International passengers

2.2M

Domestic passengers

23%

For business

52%

For leisure

20%

For VFR

6%

For other reasons

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