BCN Airports

  • Barcelona Airports

Girona Airport

  • is located in a small city near Barcelona,  the Barcelona Bus is the easiest and cheapest way to travel between Girona airport and Barcelona city centre. The company is not owned by Ryanair, but its timetables are tailored the coincide with the arrivals and departures of Ryanair flights. The bus goes directly from the airport to Barcelona Estacio Nord, Barcelona´s main bus station. Journey time is approximately 1 hour 10 minutes. It´s five minutes walk from the metro stop Arc de Triomf (red line 1). A single ticket costs 12 Euros, and a return is 21 Euros. It´s not possible to buy your tickets in advance.

Prat de Llobregat airport’s two adjoining terminals are 12 km (7 miles) south of the city centre.

  • One of the most convenient ways from the airport to the city centre is by Aerobús, which depart every 12 minutes and make various stops, terminating at Plaça de Catalunya. RENFE trains leave the airport every 30 minutes, stopping at Estació de Sants, Plaça de Catalunya, Arc de Triomf and El Clot-Aragó, which all link up with the metro. A taxi from the airport into the city centre costs €18 to €20.

Reus Airport

  • Some low-fare airlines use Reus Airport in place of service to Barcelona, as the city is 75km to the north and can be reached by public and private transport.The airport is now a Ryanair base (since October 2008) and has 2 aircrafts based there (3 from June 2009).There are currently 3 bus routes from the Airport. One bus goes directly to Barcelona, another runs on circuit between the Airport – La Pineda – Salou – Cambrils and back to the airport again. The last route goes directly into Tarragona City.The bus timetables vary slightly throughout the year but the buses are laid on to coincide with the flight arrivals and departures. As there are only a limited number of flights arriving and departing each day, this system works quite well.Some flights are below operate on a seasonal basis & some are Charter flights during the Summer Months.
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