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Spain remains one of the most popular holiday destinations for Britons, with several flights daily going from main UK airports to big cities as well as beach destinations - flying to Spain has never been easier or cheaper. Check out some of the most popular routes below to book with Omio.

Popular Flights to Spain

Spain is one of the most popular flight destinations from the UK for Britains that crave a quick escape to the sun either to one of its major cities or for beach life. Some of the most popular domestic flights are those to the major cities of Bilbao, Madrid and Barcelona.

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Major Airlines in Spain

The largest airline operating in Spain is Iberia. Swiftair and Vueling are also popular operators here, alongside Air Europa and Volotea.

Other airlines offering flights to and from Spain include Easyjet, Ryanair, and Iberia Express.

Flight providers flying to Spain from the UK

Iberia: As previously mentioned, in 2011 Iberia merged with British Airways to create the 7th largest airline company in the world, the International Airlines Group. Both companies, however, still operate under their own names. Iberia is the flag carrier airline of Spain, and also the largest in the country. Onboard snacks and in-flight entertainment is offered, alongside Wi-Fi on long-haul flights.

Vueling: Veuling is Spain's largest low-cost carrier, serving over 100 destinations in Europe, Africa and Asia. The airline carried nearly 15 million passengers in 2012.

Volotea: With its name originating from "Revolotea", meaning "to fly around", Spain's Volotea is one of the leading low-cost carriers in the country. It services over 50 large and medium sized cities in Europe, and flew 1.4 million passengers to these destinations in 2013.

Main Airports in Spain


Address:Av de la Hispanidad, s/n,
28042 Madrid, Spain
Amenities: Shops + restaurants,
airport lounges,
assistance for those with reduced mobility,
currency exchange,
tourist information points
Public Transport to the City Center: Nuevos Ministerios is the main transport hub for Madrid International Airport. Lines 6, 8 and 10 all run to and from the station; Line 8 stops at Terminals 2 and 4. The Intercity Bus route 822 runs to Terminal 1 only. Airlines: British Airways, Iberia, Ryanair, Vueling, easyJet.

Barcelona El Prat Airport

Address: 08820 El Prat de Llobregat,
Barcelona, Spain
Amenities: Shops + Restaurants,
Airport Lounges,
Assistance for those with reduced mobility,
Currency Exchange,
Tourist Information
Public Transport to the City Center: L9 Sud, Aerobus T1 and T2, R2 Noth Line goes to the Aeroport Ceranias airport. Airlines: Iberia, British Airways, Norwegian, Ryanair, Vueling, easyJet.

Palma de Mallorca Airport

Address: 07611 Palma,
Balearic Islands, Spain
Amenities: Shops + Restaurants,
Airport Lounges,
Assistance for those with reduced mobility,
Currency Exchange,
Tourist Information.
Public Transport to the City Center:Buses 1, 21, Lines A11, A32, A42, A51 Airlines: British Airways, EasyJet, Eurowings, Iberia, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Vueling.


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History of Airlines in Spain

As with much of the travel industry, the commercial aviation market rapidly expanded after World War II. Although Spain remained largely neutral throughout the wartime period, the Spanish aviation industry was still restricted at this time. It wasn't until after WWII, in 1946, that Spain's national airline Iberia offered the first commercial flights between Europe and South America. In the 1990s, airline deregulation in the EU allowed for smaller, budget airlines to flourish, many of which now operate to and from Spain. In January 2011 Iberia and British Airways merged to create the Internation Airlines Group, the 7th largest airline company in the world. The two companies still operate under their individual names.

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