Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat
The Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat airport offers free visits to its facilities with the aim of making known, mainly to the academic world, the airport environment and the different processes that take place there.
Who are they for?
How long are they?
Approximately 2 hours.
For how many people?
A minimum of 10 and a maximum of 30 (this may change depending on the tour programme chosen).
What can I visit?
Tour 1: Aviation Cultural Centre and “get to know your airport” walking tour. This tour invites you to get to know the Airport’s facilities and operations. A general presentation will be given in the Aviation Cultural Centre followed by a tour of the terminal, where the same route taken by passengers up to the flight departure will be walked.
Tour 2: Aviation Cultural Centre and bus tour around the “runway area”. This tour invites you to get to know about the work performed outside the passenger zone. It consists of a general presentation in the Aviation Cultural Centre followed by a guided bus tour where students can see, from the bus, the Iberia aircraft maintenance hangar, the Firefighting and signalman building and the work associated with aircraft support.
Tour 3: Aviation Cultural Centre. This is a general presentation about the airport in the Aviation Cultural Centre and the exhibition at the centre about the history of the airport jointly offered by Aena S.M.E., S.A and the Fundación Parc Aeronàutic can be seen.
Tour 4: Technical profile. This tour is aimed at university students, college professionals, associations or bodies, and consists of a general presentation of the key aspects at the airport followed by a visit to the Airport Management Centre and/or pre-arranged technical areas.
For more information and booking please contact us on telephone numbers 644 492 643 and 640 716 772 or send an e-mail:
Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport has launched the project Espacios solidarios (Spaces for solidarity), an initiative which forms part of the external social action policy of Aena. This provides social organisations with a space to reach the public in terminals T1 and T2, where they can publicise their activities and other actions to raise social awareness.
In both terminals, T1 and T2, the space for the charity or cause is located in the public arrivals area, where there is heavy passenger traffic.
The social agencies who would like to make use of this space in the airport should request it at least 30 days in advance, through the Benefits and Social Projects Area of the Organisation and Human Resources Directorate, by emailing email@example.com, and presenting documentation accrediting the activity. Once the proposal is approved, Aena and the successful organisation will sign an administrative contract ceding the space, to formalise the action.
The organisations must meet at least three of the following conditions: suggest a campaign in the public interest, present financial records and an audit, belong to a coordinating body or platform, hold the Fundación Lealtad Evaluation Certificate of Principles of Transparency and Best Practice, or hold a Declaration of Public Interest.