La Juliana

Aerodromo La Juliana is an airfield of the municipality of Bollullos de la Mitación, in the province of Seville (Spanish: Province of Seville) in the autonomous region of Andalusia in southern Spain. Juliana is authorized under the rules of visual flight of general aviation (general aviation) for light aircraft, business planes, helicopters and paratroopers.

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Sevilla-2020 (WIP)

Seville Airport, also known as Airport of Sevilla-San Pablo airport is managed by AENA Spanish is located in Seville, capital of Andalusia. It is situated ten kilometers northeast of the city and its latest expansion faced it in 1992 for the Universal Exhibition, built a new terminal building designed by architect Rafael Moneo,was expanded aircraft parking apron and ran a new access from the highway N-IV, on the south of the runway is built a new control tower.

San Pablo Airport is the only one that exists in the city, after closing Tablada Air Base after being prevented flights from it by the construction of the V Centenary Bridge. We designed a building rooted in the culture of Seville and for this, he used traditional three components: the Mosque, the Palace and the orange. An orange grovebn welcomes the traveler at the airport, and then entered a stay of the effect of blue glazed tiles and topped by an arcade supported by the vaults.

The Seville airport has 50 check-in desks. Boarding gates 1-13 + K1-K4. 8 gateways (fingers), of which 6 are direct access to the aircraft and 2 with access to the platform for pedestrian arrival back to the plane. All other shipping points are remote.

The airport has 6 racecourses baggage. The Seville airport mainly serves domestic traffic, but year after year is gaining importance internationally, currently the national balance is 70% international 30%. The main route from Seville airport, is linking the town with Barcelona, 3 companies and an average of 10 flights a day, on a route which carried 848,000 passengers in 2009. Madrid-Barajas is followed with about 500,000 passengers in 2009 and an average of 5 daily flights, Iberia LAE being the only company that does this flight. The following destinations are featured in 2009 Palma de Mallorca, Paris Orly, North Tenerife, Valencia and Bilbao. As load is the first of Andalusia and the tenth in Spain, the airport handled 4,981,058 kg in 2009. And also conducted 55,593 operations in 2009 as the first of Andalusia and the eleven of Spain, as the airport is operating 10 companies with regular flights from him.

Sevilla is one of the bases of the airline Spanair, near Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid and Malaga. Vueling, is the leading company in Sevilla, with 1,160,000 passengers in 2009.

Also the airport is Ryanair base with Alicante, Barcelona, Gerona, Madrid, Malaga, Reus and Valencia. This being the second airport company with 700,000 passengers in 2009.



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Reus Airport (IATA: REU, ICAO: LERS) is a Spanish airport managed by Spanish Airports and Air Navigation (AENA) which is located approximately 3 km from the center of Reus (Lower Field) and 7 km from Tarragona ( Tarragonés) at distances between 5 and 15 kilometers from the main tourist resorts of the Costa Dorada in Catalonia (Spain)

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Granada Airport (IATA: GRX, ICAO: LEGR), officially known as Federico García Lorca Airport Granada-Jaén (or FGL Airport), is located in the municipality of Chauchina and part of the municipality of Santa Fe, 17 kilometers from the Spanish city of Granada and 106 of the city of Jaen. In June 2006, the airport changed its name from Granada Airport to Airport Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén, although its location remains the same.

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