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Flights to Barcelona: Overview
As one of Europe's most popular business and tourist destinations, Barcelona is very well-served with flights from most of the major cities on the continent. From the UK, budget carriers including Ryanair, Monarch and Vueling offer cheap Barcelona flights direct from Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh and most other major UK cities. Also carriers such as Aer Lingus and KLM offer one-stop Barcelona flights via their home capitals.
Main Airlines and routes flying to Barcelona from the UK
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Flights to Barcelona from the UK: Airlines & Departure Airports
Which airports have direct flights to Barcelona? Most of the London airports including Stansted and Gatwick as well as from Manchester and Edinburgh offer direct Barcelona flights. The main airport in Barcelona is Barcelona Airport which all airlines departing from inside the UK arrive at.
Tips for booking cheap flights to Barcelona
How far in advance to book flights to Barcelona? The best time to book Barcelona flights is about 8 weeks or more in advance before your ideal date of departure.
What are the cheapest and most expensive months to book flights to Barcelona? The cheapest month to fly to Barcelona is in December. The most expensive flights to Barcelona is July.
What are the best days of the week to travel? The cheapest day for flights to Barcelona is usually Wednesday.
What are the cheapest airlines for flights to Barcelona? Ryanair is the cheapest airline tthat flies to Barcelona, although this depends on the time of year.
For more information on how to book cheap flights to Barcelona or in general, check out our comprehensive guide!
Airport info and getting to the city centre
What are the main airports in Barcelona? The main airport is Barcelona Airport.
How to get from Barcelona Airport to the city centre? Visitors can get into town from Barcelona Airport by regular Aerobus services. A1 leaves from Terminal 1 and A2 from Terminal 2. Another option is to take Renfe trains which run from Terminal 2 to Barcelona Sants. This is the city's main train station which is also on the metro line with L5 of the Blue Line and L3 of the Green Line terminating there.
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Everything you need to know about Barcelona Airport
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Where is the airport and what is the best way to get there?
Aerobús operates to the city centre (Plaza de Catalunya) from both terminals. There is also the city bus 46 and the train R2, that goes to the main train station.