Barcelona Airport BCN
- Spain's second-largest Airport - serving the City of Barcelona and its Catalonia region. In the last decade, it has experienced tremendous growth, while its operator Aena continuously upgrades its facilities. The Airport is vital to the area's economy - located near the free-trade zone consortium - one of the most imortant industrial & logistics areas of Spain.
Barcelona Airport is located within the municipalities of El Prat de Llobregat, and is 18 km southwest of Barcelona's city center. Motorway C-32B connects the Airport to a main traffic interchange between Barcelona's Ronda de Dalt beltway & major motorways. The B-22 exit of C-31 leads directly to the new Terminal 1. From Barcelona's ring roads, you can arrive via Pata Sur.
With three long runways and an over 36M passengers departing/arriving yearly, Barcelona Airport is hub for Spanair and Vueling and is served by countless major, minor, low-cost and charter airlines, with connections around the world.
Barcelona Airport presently has two main passenger terminals - T1 & T2 (divided into T2A, T2B & T2C).
Rental car counters for major agencies are located in both T1 & T2 on their Arrivals level.
NOTICE: Norwegian and Wizz Air
flights arriving from non-Schengen countries will be unloading passengers' bags at terminal T2 A.