Barcelona Airport (BCN)
JOSEP TARRADELLAS BARCELONAEL PRAT AIRPORT (BCN)
Also known as Barcelona Airport or simply El Prat Airport, is the main international gateway to Barcelona and the second busiest airport in Spain. The international airport serves the Mediterranean, Barcelona Province, Catalonia and Costa de Barcelona. Barcelona Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to and from 180 destinations in 59 countries.
Barcelona Airport has two Terminal Buildings. Terminal One (T1) is split into four levels and is the main terminal for both domestic and international services of major airlines. Terminal Two (T2) has two levels and is the original terminal and only handles low budget and regional flights.
There is a shuttle bus between the two terminals.
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INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS THROUGH BARCELONA AIRPORT (BCN)
Please note that there are no direct services between Barcelona and the Caribbean, Japan, Central Asia or Oceania. Connecting flights for those locations are required.
The following is a list of non-stop intercontinental flights operating from Barcelona Airport (BCN). Countries and Airports are listed under each carrier.
Girona Airport (GRO)
On a cloudless day the view over the Pyrenees and shimmering blue Mediterranean sea are simply breath-taking. You are going to want a window seat if you land or take off from girona.
INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS THROUGH GIRONA (GRO)
Girona has a single Terminal Building split into two levels. The list below outlines International Airlines Operating Direct Flights into and out of Girona Airport. Countries and Airports are listed under each carrier.
The Perpignan-Rivesaltes Airport (PGF)
INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS THROUGH PERPIGNANRIVESALTES AIRPORT (PGF)
The Perpignan-Rivesaltes Airport (PGF) is located in southern France and is only 1 hour 15 minute drive to La Ballena Alegre in Costa Brava.