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Almería Airport
Aeropuerto de Almería
IATA: LEIICAO: LEAM
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Aena
Serves Almería
Elevation AMSL 21 m / 70 ft
Coordinates 36°50′38″N 02°22′12″W / 36.84389°N 2.37°W / 36.84389; -2.37 (Almería Airport)Coordinates: 36°50′38″N 02°22′12″W / 36.84389°N 2.37°W / 36.84389; -2.37 (Almería Airport)
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
08/26 3,200 10,499 Asphalt
Source: AIP at EUROCONTROL[1]

Almería Airport (IATA: LEIICAO: LEAM) is located 9 km (5.6 mi) east[1] of the city centre in South-East Spain, in the province of Almería. It is a modern airport, with arrivals and departures taking place on the main ground floor. It also has a terrace overlooking the runway.

Regular national and international flights arrive and depart at the airport. The domestic flag-carrier Iberia Airlines serves the airport while EasyJet flies from and to the UK. Numerous charter companies fly to and from the airport, making it the second most important airport in terms of foreign tourism in Andalucia.

Local bus line 20 links the airport with the city centre. Taxis and car rental companies are available, too.

There is signed access to the airport from the A7 "Motorway of the Mediterranean", through the AL-17 dual carriageway. The A7 links to many cities along the coast of Spain.

Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Air Berlin Düsseldorf, Palma de Mallorca
Ándalus Líneas Aéreas Barcelona, Madrid
Blue Line Paris Charles de Gaulle
Bmibaby East Midlands [seasonal]
EasyJet London-Gatwick
Iberia operated by Air Nostrum Barcelona, Madrid, Melilla, Seville
Iberworld Asturias, Barcelona, Bilbao, Santiago de Compostela, Valladolid
Jetairfly Brussels
Luxair Luxembourg [seasonal]
Monarch Airlines Birmingham, Manchester
Ryanair Dublin [seasonal], London-Stansted, Madrid, Weeze
Thomas Cook Airlines Birmingham, London Gatwick, Manchester [all seasonal]
Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium Brussels
Transavia.com Amsterdam [seasonal]

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