San Pablo or Seville airport (Andalusia, Spain) connects the city with both domestic and international destinations. It consists of only one terminal with two levels, so it will be easy for us to get around and find whatever we are looking for quickly. The lower level (floor 0) encompasses the arrivals hall, the baggage claim and some information kiosks (tourist info as well as passenger assistance), whereas in the upper level (floor 1) we will find the check-in desks and the departures area. All over the terminal, undeniably inspired by traditional Andalusian architecture, we can equally come across ATMs, medical assistance, the Lost and Found office, a conference hall and, of course, use the free WiFi.
Airlines operating from SVQ airport and destinations
Despite being a small passenger terminal, there are many airline companies operating from and to SVQ, for instance: Air Berlin, Air Europa, Air France, Air Nostrum, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Easyjet, Evelop, Iberia, Iberia Express, Lufthansa, Monarch, Royal Air Maroc, Ryanair, Sunexpress, TapPortugal, Transavia, Vueling and XLairways.
Departing from the Andalusian capital, you may fly to other Spanish cities such as A Coruña, Alicante, Almería, Asturias, Barcelona, Bilbao, Gran Canaria, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Madrid, Santander, Santiago de Compostela, Tenerife, Valencia and Lanzarote, and to destinations abroad like Amsterdam, Basel, Berlin, Bologna, Brussels, Dublin, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Geneva, Lisbon, London, Marrakech, Marseilles, Milan, Munich, Paris, Rome and Zurich.
*If you are having a short stay in Seville or taking a business trip, you might need a hotel near Seville airport; otherwise, you can check the availability and prices of different accommodation options in the capital city of Andalusia.
How to get to Seville airport in Spain
Whether arriving or flying out, you may use the EA bus service covering the route between Seville airport and the city centre, which makes a convenient stop at Santa Justa train station. A single trip costs 4 euros, but if you are coming back on the very same day you can purchase a round trip ticket for only 6 euros, thus saving some money. The first bus to the airport departs at 4:30am, and the last one does at 1:15am.
What to do in the Departures area of Seville airport
Spending our waiting time before boarding in SVQ is simple, and as enjoyable as being at the very heart of the city, thanks to an array of Spanish cuisine restaurants, serving tapas and beer and conveniently located by the boarding gates. Also, Aena puts at the passengers’ disposal the Azahar VIP lounge, open between 6am and 10pm, where travellers may indulge in their catering service and use the free WiFi connection, flight information board, fax machine, telephone, business centre or make an appointment to do their hair or get a massage, all after having paid the admission fee.
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