Book and compare car hire at the main airports in Spain.
Are you travelling by plane and need a car? At QuarentaCars we help you find car hire airport Spain, with collection from the terminal, shuttle bus and meet and greet service.
Spain is one of the most important countries in Europe and one of the most visited in the world. The Spanish terminals have a flow of about 30,000 passengers per hour, at each terminal we help you find car rental airport with the best prices.
“A journey of a thounsand miles begins here.”
There are 49 active airports in Spain, with more than two million flights per year and connections to the most important Spanish cities and the main destinations in the world.
The capital of Spain is home to the country’s most important airport, Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez. Base of Iberia, the most important airline in the country. It receives more than sixty million passengers a year.
The Catalan region is the second largest in Spain in terms of passenger flow, with an average of more than 50 million passengers per year, distributed among its four international airports. Among them is the Barcelona-El Prat airport, the second busiest in the country.
The Balearic Islands’ airports combined receive more than 40 million passengers per year. The group of islands host the Palma de Mallorca airport, one of the most important in Spain and the third largest in terms of number of flights.
Andalusia is one of the regions that best preserves the identity of Spain. As such, it receives more than 30 million air travellers distributed among its 6 international airports, the most important of which are Malaga-Costa del Sol and Seville airports.
The Region of Valencia is home to two of the most important airports in the country: Alicante-Elche and Valencia Manises airports; both operate more than 170,000 flights and have an annual flow of more than 20 million passengers. This Mediterranean region connects with national destinations and with the main European capitals.
The Basque Country has three airports, located in its main cities. Every year, more than 6 million passengers travel through its terminals and more than 68 thousand flights land and take off from its runways; Bilbao airport is the one with the highest traffic in the region.
The region of Galicia, in the extreme northwest of Spain, has three airports that mobilize more than five million passengers and operates more than 51,000 flights a year. The one that receives the most passengers is Vigo Airport.
The Asturias region is one of the most important tourist destinations on the Cantabrian coast. For this reason, its airport receives nearly one and a half million travellers who seek to enjoy the region’s goodness.
The autonomous region of Murcia is home to the Costa Cálida, an area of magnificent beaches and a great attraction for visitors. The recently opened airport already receives more than one million travellers a year.
The region of Cantabria has a very peculiar charm and unique places in all of Spain. Its airport is located in the region’s capital, Santander. And it is dedicated to a Spanish golf legend, Seve Ballesteros. Every year this airport mobilizes about one million two hundred thousand travellers.
The largest region in Spain has four airports of vital importance for the communication of the area. Their terminals mobilize more than 350 thousand passengers per year.
The airports of the autonomous regions of Ceuta and Melilla, transport more than 500 thousand passengers each year that connect with the rest of Spain.
The region of Extremadura has an airport that operates more than 2,800 flights and mobilises more than 75,000 passengers a year.
La Rioja, famous for its exquisite wines, has an airport that handles some 20,000 passengers and operates more than 1,400 flights a year.
Although the region of Castilla-La Mancha covers its air transport needs from airports in Madrid and the Region of Valencia and Andalusia; it is home to several airports mainly dedicated to the transport of freight.